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1. (Placename) a former province of NE China, north of the Great Wall: divided among Hebei, Liaoning, and Inner Mongolia in 1956. Area: 192 380 sq km (74 278 sq miles)
2. (Placename) a region of NE China, in Hebei and Liaoning provinces: mountainous
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1. a region and former province in NE China: incorporated into Manchukuo by the Japanese 1932–45. 74,297 sq. mi. (192,429 sq. km).
2. former name of Chengde.
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