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  1. province

    • IPA[ˈprɒvɪns]

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    • n.
      a principal administrative division of a country or empire;Northern Ireland
    • noun: province, plural noun: provinces

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    • 1. a principal administrative division of a country or empire:

      Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province

    • 2. Northern Ireland:

      all-party talks on the future of the Province

    • 3. a district under an archbishop or a metropolitan.
    • 4. a territory outside Italy under a Roman governor.
    • 5. the whole of a country outside the capital, especially when regarded as lacking in sophistication or culture:

      I made my way home to the dreary provinces by train

    • 6. an area of special knowledge, interest, or responsibility:

      she knew little about wine—that had been her father's province

    • n. (in Canada) a province whose per capita tax revenue exceeds a national average and therefore does not receive equalization payments from the federal government.

    • if two of the most resource-rich have provinces are writing checks their taxpayers cannot pay for, then what does that say about our society?

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    • ph. former name (until 2002) for the province of Limpopo in South Africa

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    • n. (in Canada) a province whose per capita tax revenue exceeds a national average and therefore does not receive equalization payments from the federal government.

    • if two of the most resource-rich have provinces are writing cheques their taxpayers cannot pay for, then what does that say about our society?

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    • ph. a former province of South Africa, containing the Cape of Good Hope. The area became a British colony in 1814; it was known as Cape Colony from then until 1910, when it joined the Union of South Africa. In 1994 it was divided into the provinces of Northern Cape, Western Cape, and Eastern Cape.

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    • ph. a former province of South Africa, containing the Cape of Good Hope. The area became a British colony in 1814; it was known as Cape Colony from then until 1910, when it joined the Union of South Africa. In 1994 it was divided into the provinces of Northern Cape, Western Cape, and Eastern Cape.

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    • n. (in Canada) a province whose per capita tax revenue falls below a national average and is therefore entitled to receive equalization payments from the federal government.

    • oil prices crashed lower than most expected, and the country's once hottest economy—Alberta—became a have-not province

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    • ph. a name for Quebec

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    • ph. a name for Quebec

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    • IPA[ˈprävəns]

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    • n.
      a principal administrative division of certain countries or empires:
    • Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province

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