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Che·ju

 (chĕ′jo͞o′)
See Jeju.
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Cheju

(ˈtʃɛˈdʒuː)
n
(Placename) a volcanic island in the N East China Sea, southwest of Korea: constitutes a province (Cheju-do) of South Korea. Capital: Cheju. Pop: 302 000 (2005 est). Area: 1792 sq km (692 sq miles). Formerly called: Quelpart
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Che•ju

(ˈtʃɛˈdʒu)

n.
an island S of and belonging to South Korea. 365,522; 718 sq. mi. (1860 sq. km).
Formerly, Quelpart.
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