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Ga·la·ţi(gä-läts′, -lät′sē) or Ga·latz (gä′läts′)
A city of eastern Romania on the lower Danube River northeast of Bucharest. Founded in the Middle Ages, it is a major inland port.
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(Placename) an inland port in SE Romania, on the River Danube. Pop: 251 000 (2005 est)
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Ga•la•ti(gɑˈlɑts, -ˈlɑ tsi)
a port in E Romania, on the Danube River. 307,000.
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