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Ussuri

[ oo-soor-ee; Russian oo-soo-ryi ]
/ uˈsʊər i; Russian uˈsu ryɪ /
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noun
a river in eastern Asia, forming part of the boundary between eastern Manchuria and the southeastern part of the Russian Federation in Asia, flowing north to the Amur River. 500 miles (805 km) long.
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Chinese (Pinyin) Wu·su·li Jiang [wy-sy-lee -jyahng] /ˈwüˈsüˈli ˈdʒyɑŋ/

Origin of Ussuri

First recorded in 1840–45
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British Dictionary definitions for Ussuri

Ussuri
/ (Russian ussuˈri) /

noun
a river in E central Asia, flowing north, forming part of the Chinese border with Russia, to the Amur River. Length: about 800 km (500 miles)
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