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A district of western Greater London in southeast England. The famed Royal Botanic Gardens were established here in 1759 and presented to the nation in 1841.
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(Placename) part of the Greater London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, on the River Thames: famous for Kew Gardens (the Royal Botanic Gardens), established in 1759 and given to the nation in 1841
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a part of Richmond, in Greater London, England: famous botanical gardens (Kew′ Gar′dens).
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