Tadzhikistan


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Ta·dzhik·i·stan

 (tä-jĭk′ĭ-stăn′, -stän′)
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Tadzhikistan

(tɑːˌdʒɪkɪˈstɑːn; -stæn) or

Tadjikistan

n
(Placename) variant spellings of Tajikistan
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Ta•dzhik•i•stan

(təˈdʒɪk əˌstæn, -ˌstɑn, -ˈdʒi kə-)

n.
Tajikistan. Former official name, Tadzhik′ So′viet So′cialist Repub′lic.
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Noun1.Tadzhikistan - a landlocked mountainous republic in southeast central Asia to the north of AfghanistanTadzhikistan - a landlocked mountainous republic in southeast central Asia to the north of Afghanistan; formerly an Asian soviet
CIS, Commonwealth of Independent States - an alliance made up of states that had been Soviet Socialist Republics in the Soviet Union prior to its dissolution in Dec 1991
capital of Tajikistan, Dusanbe, Dushanbe, Dyushambe, Stalinabad - the capital of Tajikistan; formerly Stalinabad 1926-1991
Asia - the largest continent with 60% of the earth's population; it is joined to Europe on the west to form Eurasia; it is the site of some of the world's earliest civilizations
Communism Peak, Mount Communism, Mount Garmo, Stalin Peak - the highest mountain peak in the Pamir Mountains; near the Chinese border in northeastern Tajikistan (24,590 feet high)
Pamir Mountains, the Pamirs - a mountain range in central Asia that is centered in Tajikistan but extends into Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan and Pakistan and western China
Tadzhik, Tajik - a native or inhabitant of Tajikistan and neighboring areas of Uzbekistan and Afghanistan and China
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Translations

Tadzhikistan

[tɑˌdʒɪkɪˈstɑːn] NTayikistán m
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