Belostok


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Belostok

(bjɪlaˈstɔk)
n
(Placename) transliteration of the Russian name for Białystok

Bia•ły•stok

(ˈbyɑ lɪˌstɔk, -wɪ-)

n.
a city in E Poland. 268,000.
Russian, Belostok, Byelostok.
Translations
Białystok
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