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Malawi

Ma·la·wi

 (mə-lä′wē)
A country of southeast Africa. Center of the widespread Malawi kingdom from the 1400s to the late 1700s, the region became a British protectorate in 1891 and was known as Nyasaland from 1907 until 1964. It joined Northern and Southern Rhodesia (now Zambia and Zimbabwe) in a federation from 1953 to 1963 and became independent as Malawi in 1964. Lilongwe is the capital and Blantyre the largest city.

Ma·la′wi·an adj. & n.
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Malawi

(məˈlɑːwɪ)
n
1. (Placename) a republic in E central Africa: established as a British protectorate in 1891; became independent in 1964 and a republic, within the Commonwealth, in 1966; lies along the Great Rift Valley, with Lake Nyasa (Malawi) along the E border, the Nyika Plateau in the northwest, and the Shire (or Shiré) Highlands in the southeast. Official language: Chichewa; English and various other Bantu languages are also widely spoken. Religion: Christian majority, Muslim, and animist minorities. Currency: kwacha. Capital: Lilongwe. Pop: 16 777 547 (2013 est). Area: 118 484 sq km (45 747 sq miles). Former name: Nyasaland
2. (Placename) Lake Malawi the Malawi name for (Lake) Nyasa
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Ma•la•wi

(məˈlɑ wi)

n., pl. -wis, (esp. collectively) -wi.
1. Formerly, Nyasaland. a republic in SE Africa, on Lake Malawi: formerly a British protectorate; became an independent member of the Commonwealth of Nations in 1964; a republic since 1966. 10,000,416; 45,747 sq. mi. (118,484 sq. km).Cap.: Lilongwe.
2. Lake. Formerly, Nyasa. a lake in SE Africa, between Malawi, Tanzania, and Mozambique. 11,000 sq. mi. (28,500 sq. km).
3. Maravi.
Ma•la′wi•an, adj., n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Malawi - a landlocked republic in southern central AfricaMalawi - a landlocked republic in southern central Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1964
Blantyre - city in southern Malawi; largest city and commercial center of Malawi
capital of Malawi, Lilongwe - the capital of Malawi; located in south central Malawi
Zomba - a city in southern Malawi; was the capital until 1971
Africa - the second largest continent; located to the south of Europe and bordered to the west by the South Atlantic and to the east by the Indian Ocean
Lake Malawi, Lake Nyasa - a long lake in southeastern Africa between Tanzania, Mozambique, and Malawi
Cewa, Chewa, Chichewa - a member of the Bantu-speaking people of Malawi and eastern Zambia and northern Zimbabwe
Malawian - a native or inhabitant of Malawi
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Translations
Malawi
Malawi
Malawi
Malavi
Malawi
マラウィマラウイ
말라위
Malawi
Malawi
ประเทศมาลาวี
nước Malawi

Malawi

[məˈlɑːwɪ] NMalawi m, Malaui m
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Malawi

[məˈlɑːwi] nMalawi m
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Malawi

nMalawi nt
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Malawi

[məˈlɑːwɪ] nil Malawi
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Malawi

مَلَاوِي Malawi Malawi Malawi Μαλάουι Malaui Malawi Malawi Malavi Malawi マラウィ 말라위 Malawi Malawi Malawi Maláui, Malávi Малави Malawi ประเทศมาลาวี Malavi nước Malawi 马拉维
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Tabitha, the 2018 and 2019 CAF Women's Footballer of the Year nominee, and her sister Temwa, missed Malawi's participation at Southern Africa football competition Cosafa Championship due to club commitments.
The road from our cottage in the northern shores of Lake Malawi, where we are spending much of the next three months, is a beautiful route along the lake shore down to Lilongwe, the capital city, and on to Blantyre, the country's commercial heart.
delegation met with senior Malawi Government officials, civil society, private-sector leaders, other donors and project beneficiaries to discuss the conclusion of Malawi's first compact and to provide a status update on the development of the second compact.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] July 23 (ANI/ BusinessWire India): Merck Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany organized their first 'Merck Foundation Health Media Training' in Lilongwe, Malawi in partnership with H.E.
"The negotiations are still going on, we are looking at playing at least one friendly before the girls (Harambee Starlets) face Malawi," said FKF communication manager Barry Otieno.Should the talks bear fruit, the matches will be played in a two-leg format in the first two weeks of August.
The Scottish Football Supporters Association, working with the Scottish Malawi Partnership, recently visited a number of towns and cities in Malawi to explore possible opportunities to establish football links between the two countries.
The ministry said that the second shipment comes as a continuation of the Egyptian aid being sent to Malawi to help "relieve the conditions of those affected by the cyclone".
Malawi then retaliated by scoring two quick goals through Hassan Kajoke and Gregory Nachipo.
Sharing his interesting journey during a telephonic conversation from Malawi, Baig said he played under-19 cricket in Karachi and represented various clubs before moving to Malawi in 2008.
Obek Likwemba, a headteacher in Malawi, and education official Patrick Chapola, visited the school as part of Malawi Leaders of Learning 2018 project.
However, what is today Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe were all combined into a single confederated colony under British supervision in 1953.

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