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Poz·nań(pōz′năn′, -nän′, pôz′nän′yə)
A city of west-central Poland west of Warsaw. Dating from before the tenth century, it passed to Prussia in 1793 and reverted to Poland after World War I.
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(Placename) a city in W Poland, on the Warta River: the centre of Polish resistance to German rule (1815–1918, 1939–45). Pop: 661 000 (2005 est). German name: Posen
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Poz•nan(ˈpoʊz næn, -nɑn; Pol. ˈpɔzˌnɑn yə)
a city in W Poland, on the Warta River. 589,000.
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