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Su·ra·ba·ya

also Su·ra·ba·ja  (so͝or′ə-bä′yə)
A city of northeast Java, Indonesia, on the Java Sea. It is an important naval base.

Surabaya

(ˌsʊərəˈbaɪə) or

Surabaja

n
(Placename) a port in Indonesia, on E Java on the Surabaya Strait: the country's second port and chief naval base; university (1954); fishing and ship-building industries; oil refinery. Pop: 2 599 796 (2000). Former spelling: Soerabaja

Su•ra•ba•ya

or Su•ra•ba•ja

(ˌsʊər əˈbɑ yə)

n.
a seaport on NE Java, Indonesia. 2,483,871.
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(**) Fifteen laboratories including three reference laboratories (in New Delhi, India; Colombo, Sri Lanka; and Nonthaburi, Thailand) and 12 national laboratories (in Dhaka, Bangladesh; Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Coonoor, Kasauli, Madras, and Mumbai, India; Bandung, Jakarta, and Surabaja, Indonesia; and Yangon, Myanmar).