Radom

Radom

[rah-dawm]
noun
a city in E Poland.
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Radom (Polish ˈradɔm)
 
n
a city in E Poland: under Austria from 1795 to 1815 and Russia from 1815 to 1918. Pop: 232 000 (2005 est)

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radom

city, Mazowieckie wojewodztwo (province), east-central Poland. It is a rail junction and an administrative and industrial centre; the economy of the city relies predominantly on textile milling, glass- and chemical works, munitions and footwear manufacturing, and food processing. Radom has a museum, a theatre, and a school of engineering.

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