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Warta

[vahr-tah]
noun
  1. a river in Poland, flowing NW and W into the Oder. 445 miles (715 km) long.
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German War·the [vahr-tuh] /ˈvɑr tə/.
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Historical Examples of warta

  • She was possessed of the fine estate of Hammer, near Landsberg on the Warta.

    The Life and Adventures of Baron Trenck

    Baron Trenck

  • By this time I had arrived at a river which I knew must be the Warta.

  • On the 5th November we suddenly received orders to occupy again the line of the Warta.

  • Success of this move would mean grave danger to the entire central group of the Russians, the Warta Army.


British Dictionary definitions for warta

Warta

noun
  1. 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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