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 (dôr′drĕkt′, -drĕKHt′) also Dort (dôrt)
A city of southwest Netherlands on the Meuse River southeast of Rotterdam. Founded in the 11th century, it is a railroad junction and river port.


(Dutch ˈdɔrdrɛxt)
(Placename) a port in the SW Netherlands, in South Holland province: chief port of the Netherlands until the 17th century. Pop: 120 000 (2003 est). Also called: Dort


(ˈdɔr drɛxt)

a city in SW Netherlands, on the Waal River. 108,041. Also called Dort.
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