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Seringapatam

[ suh-ring-guh-puh-tam ]
/ səˌrɪŋ gə pəˈtæm /
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noun
a town in S Karnataka, in S India, former capital of Mysore state: taken by the British 1799.
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Seringapatam
/ (səˌrɪŋɡəpəˈtæm) /

noun
a small town in S India, in Karnataka on Seringapatam Island in the Cauvery River: capital of Mysore from 1610 to 1799, when it was besieged and captured by the British. Pop: 23 448 (2001)
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