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Su·bo·ti·ca

 (so͞o′bə-tē′tsə, -bô-)
A city of northern Serbia near the Hungarian border. It is a railroad junction and an industrial center.
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Subotica

(Serbian ˈsubɔtitsa)
n
(Placename) a town in Serbia, in the NE near the border with Hungary: agricultural and industrial centre. Pop: 107 139 (2002). Hungarian name: Szabadka
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Su•bo•ti•ca

(ˈsu bə tɪˌtsɑ, -ˌtɪt sə)

n.
a city in N Vojvodina, in N Yugoslavia. 154,611.
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