[ vahr-tah ]
/ ˈvɑr tɑ /
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a river in Poland, flowing NW and W into the Oder. 445 miles (715 km) long.
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Words nearby Warta
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How to use Warta in a sentence
By this time I had arrived at a river which I knew must be the Warta.
On the afternoon of the 26th we came to a standstill near the River Warta.
On the 5th November we suddenly received orders to occupy again the line of the Warta.
She was possessed of the fine estate of Hammer, near Landsberg on the Warta.The Life and Adventures of Baron Trenck|Baron Trenck
Success of this move would mean grave danger to the entire central group of the Russians, the Warta Army.
British Dictionary definitions for Warta
/ (Polish ˈvarta) /
a river in Poland, flowing generally north and west across the whole W Polish Plain to the River Oder. Length: 808 km (502 miles)
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