Colombo

Colombo (Sinhala: කොළඹ, pronounced ˈkəlombo; கொழும்பு) is the largest city of Sri Lanka, with a population of 4,575,000 metropolitan area,{Dubious |Population|reason=Implausible given census figures |date=April 2014} and 555,031 in the city limits. It is located on the west coast of the island and adjacent to Sri Jayaward...
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Colombo

• (n.) See Calumba.
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Colombo

capital of Sri Lanka noun the capital and largest city of Sri Lanka; has one of the largest harbors in the world; is located on the western coast of the island of Ceylon
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Colombo

[crater] The rim of Colombo is circular, although slightly indented along the northwest where Colombo A intrudes slightly into the interior. The inner wall is asymmetrical, being much more narrow to the north and northwest and wider to the southeast. The rim is somewhat eroded, and several tiny craterlets lie along the inner wall to the sou...
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Colombo

Co·lom'bo noun (Medicine) See Calumba .
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Colombo

a mixture of spices, like a curry powder, used to season shellfish, meat or poultry. Like curry, the mix may vary, but usually contains tumeric, rice powder, coriander, pepper, cumin, and fenugreek.
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Colombo

A West Indian stew seasoned with a spice mixture of the same name. This is similar to curry powder, containing coriander, chilies, cinnamon, nutmeg, saffron, and garlic. The stew may contain pork, chicken, or fish. Vegetables are cooked in the stew and rice and beans are served on the side. Compote
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Colombo

Chief commercial city and seaport, and former capital, of Sri Lanka, on the west coast near the mouth of the Kelani River; population (2001 est) 642,000. It trades in the export of tea, rubber, and cacao, and its industries include iron- and steelworks, an oil refinery, and motor vehicle assembly. Colombo is the hub of the road and rail net...
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Colombo

Colombo (kulŭm'bō) , largest city (1995 est. pop. 750,000) and former capital of Sri Lanka, a port on the Indian Ocean near the mouth of the Kelani River. The original Sinhalese name, Kalantotta (“Kelani ferry”), was corrupted to Kolambu by Arab traders and was changed to...
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Colombo

Colombo is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Colombo

HMS Colombo was a British Ceres Class cruiser of 4200 tons displacement launched in 1918 that saw action during the Second World War. HMS Colombo was armed with five 6-inch guns; two 3-inch anti-aircraft guns; four 3-pounder guns; ten smaller guns and eight torpedo tubes arranged in four double mountings. HMS Colombo was powered by eight Yarrow oil...
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Colombo

[n] - the capital and largest city of Sri Lanka
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