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Vardar

[ vahr-dahr ]
/ ˈvɑr dɑr /
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noun
a river in S Europe, flowing from NW Macedonia through N Greece into the Gulf of Salonika. 200 miles (322 km) long.
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Vardar
/ (Serbian ˈvardar) /

noun
a river in S Europe, rising in W Macedonia and flowing northeast, then south past Skopje into Greece, where it is called the Axios and enters the Aegean at Thessaloníki. Length: about 320 km (200 miles)
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