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  1. Macedonia

    • IPA[ˌmasəˈdōnēə]

    美式

    • see North Macedonia;an ancient country in southeastern Europe, north of Greece. In classical times it was a kingdom that became a world power under Philip II and Alexander the Great. The region is now divided between Greece, Bulgaria, and North Macedonia.
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    • 1. see North Macedonia
    • 2. an ancient country in southeastern Europe, north of Greece. In classical times it was a kingdom that became a world power under Philip II and Alexander the Great. The region is now divided between Greece, Bulgaria, and North Macedonia.
    • 3. a region in the northeast of modern Greece; capital, Thessaloníki.
    • ph. a landlocked republic in the Balkans; population 2,100,000 (estimated 2015); official language, Macedonian; capital, Skopje. Formerly a constituent republic of Yugoslavia, the country became independent as the Republic of Macedonia after a referendum in 1991. Following a dispute with Greece it changed its name to North Macedonia in 2019.

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    • ph. a landlocked republic in the Balkans; population 2,100,000 (estimated 2015); official language, Macedonian; capital, Skopje. Formerly a constituent republic of Yugoslavia, the country became independent as the Republic of Macedonia after a referendum in 1991. Following a dispute with Greece it changed its name to North Macedonia in 2019.

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    • ph. former name for Macedonia

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    • ph. former name for Macedonia

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    • see North Macedonia

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