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  1. Can·a·da
    IPA[ˈkanədə]
    • 1. a country in northern North America, the second largest country in the world; population 33,487,200 (est. 2009); capital, Ottawa; official languages, English and French.

    • the second-largest country in the world, covering the entire northern half of North America with the exception of Alaska; population 33,487,200 (est. 2009); official languages, English and French; capital, Ottawa.
    • the mainly English-speaking region of Canada north of the Great Lakes and west of the Ottawa River, in what is now southern Ontario.
    • n. noun

      a yellowish resin obtained from the balsam fir and used for mounting preparations on microscope slides.
    • n. noun

      the European creeping or field thistle, which has become naturalized as a serious weed in North America.
    • n. noun

      a common North American goose with a black head and neck, a white chinstrap, and a loud, trumpeting call.
    • the mainly French-speaking region of Canada around the lower St. Lawrence River, in what is now southern Quebec.
    • noun

      a yellowish resin obtained from the balsam fir and used for mounting preparations on microscope slides.
    • noun

      a common North American goose with a black head and neck, a white chinstrap, and a loud trumpeting call. It has been introduced widely in Britain and elsewhere.
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