Dordogne


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Dor·dogne

 (dôr-dōn′, -dôn′yə)
A river rising in the Auvergne Mountains of south-central France and flowing about 485 km (300 mi) southwest to join the Garonne River north of Bordeaux and form the Gironde estuary.
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Dordogne

(French dɔrdɔɲ)
n
1. (Placename) a river in SW France, rising in the Auvergne Mountains and flowing southwest and west to join the Garonne river and form the Gironde estuary. Length: 472 km (293 miles)
2. (Placename) a department of SW France, in Aquitaine region. Capital: Périgueux. Pop: 392 291 (2003 est). Area: 9224 sq km (3597 sq miles)
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Dor•dogne

(dɔrˈdɔn yə)

n.
a river in SW France, flowing W to the Gironde estuary. 300 mi. (485 km) long.
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Translations

Dordogne

[dɔrˈdɔɲ] N (= region) → Dordoña f; (= river) → Dordoña m
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