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Epsom

(ˈɛpsəm)
n
(Placename) a town in SE England, in Surrey: famous for its mineral springs and for horse racing. Pop (with Ewell): 64 492 (2001)

Ep•som

(ˈɛp səm)

n.
a town in Surrey, SE England, S of London: site of a racetrack (Ep′som Downs′) where the annual Derby is held. 71,100. Official name, Ep′som and Ew′ell.
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