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  1. Hun·ga·ry
    IPA[ˈhəNGɡərē]
    • 1. a country in central Europe; population 9,900,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Budapest; official language, Hungarian.

    • a country in central Europe; population 9,900,000 (estimated 2015); official language, Hungarian; capital, Budapest.
    • the dual monarchy established in 1867 by the Austrian emperor Franz Josef, according to which Austria and Hungary became autonomous states under a common sovereign.
    • the dual monarchy established in 1867 by the Austrian emperor Franz Josef, according to which Austria and Hungary became autonomous states under a common sovereign.
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