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Ir·ra·wad·dy(îr′ə-wä′dē) or Aye·yar·wa·dy (ā′yär-)
A river of Myanmar (Burma) flowing about 2,170 km (1,350 mi) southward to the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. It is the chief river of the country.
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(Placename) the main river in Myanmar, rising in the north in two headstreams and flowing south through the whole length of Myanmar, to enter the Andaman Sea by nine main mouths. Length: 2100 km (1300 miles)
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Ir•ra•wad•dy(ˌɪr əˈwɒd i, -ˈwɔ di)
a river flowing S through Burma to the Bay of Bengal. 1250 mi. (2015 km) long.
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