Taiyuan

Taiyuan

[tahy-yyahn]
noun Pinyin, Wade-Giles.
a city in and the capital of Shanxi province, in N China; a walled city.
Also, Wade-Giles, Taiyüan, T'aiyüan.
Formerly Yangqu.
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Shanxi

[shahn-shee]
noun Pinyin.
a province in N China. 60,656 sq. mi. (157,099 sq. km). Capital: Taiyuan.
Also, Shansi.
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Shanxi or Shansi (ˈʃænˈʃiː)
 
n
a province of N China: China's richest coal reserves and much heavy industry. Capital: Taiyuan. Pop: 33 140 000 (2003 est). Area: 157 099 sq km (60 656 sq miles)
 
Shansi or Shansi
 
n

Taiyuan or T'ai-yüan (ˈtaɪjuːˈɑːn)
 
n
a city in N China, capital of Shanxi: founded before 450 ad; an industrial centre, surrounded by China's largest reserves of high-grade bituminous coal. Pop: 2 516 000 (2005 est)
 
T'ai-yüan or T'ai-yüan
 
n

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