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Trinidad

[ trin-i-dad; for 2 also Spanish tree-nee-thahth ]
/ ˈtrɪn ɪˌdæd; for 2 also Spanish ˌtri niˈðɑð /
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noun
an island in the SE West Indies, off the NE coast of Venezuela: formerly a British colony in the Federation of the West Indies; now part of the republic of Trinidad and Tobago. 1,864 sq. mi. (4,828 sq. km).
a city in central Bolivia.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Trinidad

Trin·i·da·di·an [trin-i-dey-dee-uhn, -dad-ee-], /ˌtrɪn ɪˈdeɪ di ən, -ˈdæd i-/, adjective, noun
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Trinidad
/ (ˈtrɪnɪˌdæd) /

noun
an island in the West Indies, off the NE coast of Venezuela: colonized by the Spanish in the 17th century and ceded to Britain in 1802; joined with Tobago in 1888 as a British colony; now part of the independent republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Pop: 1 208 282 (2000)
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