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  1. Su·dan
    IPA[so͞oˈdan]
    • 1. a country in northeastern Africa south of Egypt, with a coastline on the Red Sea; population 40,200,000 (estimated 2015); languages, Arabic (official), Hausa, and others; capital, Khartoum.

    • 2. a vast region in North Africa that extends across the width of the continent from the southern edge of the Sahara to the tropical equatorial zone in the south.

    • a country in north-eastern Africa south of Egypt, with a coastline on the Red Sea; population 40,200,000 (estimated 2015); languages, Arabic (official), Hausa, and others; capital, Khartoum.

      a vast region of North Africa, extending across the width of the continent from the southern edge of the Sahara to the tropical equatorial zone in the south.

    • noun

      a Sudanese sorghum cultivated for fodder in dry regions of the US.
    • the chief port of Sudan, on the Red Sea; population 284,000 (est. 2008).
    • a landlocked country in northeastern Africa, independent since 2011; population 12,300,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Juba; languages, Arabic, English, and others.
    • the chief port of Sudan, on the Red Sea; population 284,000 (est. 2008).
    • a landlocked country in north-eastern Africa, independent since 2011; population 12,300,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Juba; languages, Arabic, English, and others.
    • noun

      a Sudanese sorghum cultivated for fodder in dry regions of the US.
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