yünnan

Yunnan

[yoo-nan, -nahn; Chinese yyn-nahn]
noun Pinyin.
1.
a province in S China. 168,417 sq. mi. (436,200 sq. km). Capital: Kunming.
2.
former name of Kunming.
Also, Wade-Giles, Yünnan.
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Yunnan or Yünnan (juːˈnæn)
 
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a province of SW China: consists mainly of a plateau broken in the southeast by the Red and Black Rivers, with mountains in the west, rising over 5500 m (18 000 ft); large deposits of tin, lead, zinc, and coal. Capital: Kunming. Pop: 43 760 000 (2003 est). Area: 436 200 sq km (168 400 sq miles)
 
Yünnan or Yünnan
 
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