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(bɪˈzɜːtə; French bizɛrt) or


(Placename) a port in N Tunisia, on the Mediterranean at the canalized outlet of Lake Bizerte. Pop: 118 000 (2005 est)
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(bɪˈzɜr tə, -ti, -ˈzɛərt)

also Bi•zer•ta


a seaport in N Tunisia. 94,509.
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