Cúcuta

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Cú·cu·ta

 (ko͞o′kə-tə, -ko͞o-tä′)
A city of northeast Colombia near the Venezuelan border. Established in 1733 and rebuilt after a devastating earthquake in 1875, it is a transportation and industrial center.
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Cúcuta

(Spanish ˈkukuta)
n
(Placename) a city in E Colombia: commercial centre of a coffee-producing region. Pop: 883 000 (2005 est). Official name: San José de Cúcuta
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Cú•cu•ta

(ˈku kuˌtɑ)

n.
a city in E Colombia. 479,309.
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