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Ton·le Sap(tŏn′lā săp′, säp′)
A lake of central Cambodia. It is the largest lake in southeast Asia.
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Tonle Sap(ˈtɒnlɪ ˈsæp)
(Placename) a lake in W central Cambodia, linked with the Mekong River by the Tonle Sap River. Area: (dry season) about 2600 sq km (1000 sq miles); (rainy season) about 10 000 sq km (3860 sq miles)
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Ton•le Sap(ˈtɒn leɪ ˌsɑp)
a lake in W Cambodia, draining into the Mekong River.
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