[ tuh-bawl ]
/ tʌˈbɔl /
a river rising in Kazakhstan, flowing NE through the Russian Federation in Asia to the Irtysh River. 800 miles (1,290 km) long.
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How to use Tobol in a sentence
In the Tobol and Ishim plains of western Siberia are the fertile black-earth regions covering twenty-five million acres.
The Irtish also receives from the west a large tributary, the Tobol, and at the confluence stands the town of Tobolsk.
This passage was rather more difficult than that of the Tobol.
From Tiumen to the Tobol is about twenty-five miles by road.
British Dictionary definitions for Tobol
a river in central Asia, rising in N Kazakhstan and flowing northeast into Russia to join the Irtysh River. Length: about 1300 km (800 miles)
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