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  1. Cu·ba
    IPA[ˈkyo͞obə]
    • 1. a country in the western West Indies, the largest and furthest west of the islands, in the Caribbean Sea at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico; population 11,400,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Havana; official language, Spanish.

    • a Caribbean country, the largest and furthest west of the islands of the West Indies, situated at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico; population 11,400,000 (estimated 2015); official language, Spanish; capital, Havana.
    • noun

      a cocktail typically containing cola, lime juice, rum, and a garnish of lime.
    • noun

      a long drink typically containing lime juice and rum.
    • a port on the coast of southeastern Cuba, the second largest city on the island; population 426,679 (2008).
    • a port on the coast of south-eastern Cuba, the second largest city on the island; population 426,679 (2008).
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