Shansi


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Shan·si

 (shän′sē′)
See Shanxi.

Shansi

(ˈʃænˈsiː)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Shanxi

Shan•xi

or Shan•si

(ˈʃɑnˈʃi)

n.
a province in N China. 30,450,000; 60,656 sq. mi. (157,099 sq. km). Cap.: Taiyuan.
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