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Tu·rin(to͝or′ĭn, tyo͝or′-) also To·ri·no (tô-rē′nô)
A city of northwest Italy on the Po River west-southwest of Milan. An important Roman town, it was later a Lombard duchy and the capital of the kingdom of Sardinia (1720-1861). It was also the first capital of the new kingdom of Italy.
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(Placename) a city in NW Italy, capital of Piedmont region, on the River Po: became capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1720; first capital (1861–65) of united Italy; university (1405); a major industrial centre, producing most of Italy's cars. Pop: 865 263 (2001). Italian name: Torino
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Tu•rin(ˈtʊər ɪn, ˈtyʊər-, tʊˈrɪn, tyʊ-)
a city in NW Italy, on the Po River. 1,025,390. Italian, Torino.
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Turin[tjʊˈrɪn] N → Turín m
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Turin[ˌtjʊəˈrɪn] n → Turin
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Turin[tjʊəˈrɪn] n → Torino f
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