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Bo·go·tá

 (bō′gə-tä′)
The capital and largest city of Colombia, in the central part of the country on a high plain in the eastern Andes. It was a center of Chibcha culture before the Spanish established a settlement in 1538.
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Bogotá

(ˌbəʊɡəˈtɑː; Spanish boɣoˈta)
n
(Placename) the capital of Colombia, on a central plateau of the E Andes: originally the centre of Chibcha civilization; founded as a city in 1538 by the Spaniards. Pop: 7 594 000 (2005 est)
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Bo•go•tá

(ˌboʊ gəˈtɑ, ˈboʊ gəˌtɑ)

n.
the capital of Colombia, in the central part. 5,237,635.
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Noun1.Bogota - capital and largest city of Colombia; located in central Colombia on a high fertile plain
Colombia, Republic of Colombia - a republic in northwestern South America with a coastline on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea; achieved independence from Spain in 1821 under the leadership of Simon Bolivar; Spanish is the official language
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Translations

Bogotá

[ˌbɒgəʊˈtɑː] NBogotá m
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Bogotá

[ˌbəʊgəˈtɑː] nBogotábog-standard [ˌbɒgˈstændərd] adjtout à fait ordinaire
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Bogotá

[ˌbəʊgəˈtɑː] nBogotà f
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Summary: Bogota [Colombia], Jan 22 (ANI): Colombia's National Liberation Army (ELN) has claimed responsibility for the Bogota bomb explosion near the General Santander National Police Academy last week that left 21 dead and wounded 68 others.