Zhejiang

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Zhe·jiang

 (jŭ′jyäng′) also Che·kiang (chŭ′kyäng′, jŭ′gyäng′)
A province of eastern China on the East China Sea south of Shanghai. Hangzhou is the capital.
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Zhejiang

(ˈdʒɛˈdʒjæŋ) or

Chekiang

n
(Placename) a province of E China: mountainous and densely populated; a cultural centre since the 12th century. Capital: Hangzhou. Pop: 46 800 000 (2003 est). Area: 102 000 sq km (39 780 sq miles)
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Zhe•jiang

(ˈdʒœˈdʒyɑŋ)

also Chekiang



n.
a province in E China, on the East China Sea. 42,940,000; 39,300 sq. mi. (101,800 sq. km). Cap.: Hangzhou.
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