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Washington

biographical name Wash·ing·ton \ˈw-shiŋ-tən, ˈwä-, chiefly Midland also ˈwr- or ˈwär-\

Definition of WASHINGTON

Book*er \ˈb-kər\ Tal*ia*ferro \ˈtä-lə-vər—sic\ 1856–1915 Am. educ.

Washington

biographical name

Definition of WASHINGTON

George 1732–1799 Am. gen.; 1st pres. of the United States (1789–97)
Wash·ing·to·nian \ˌw-shiŋ-ˈtō-nē-ən, ˌwä-, ˌwr-, ˌwär-, -nyən\ adjective

Washington

geographical name Wash·ing·ton \ˈw-shiŋ-tən, ˈwä-, chiefly Midland also ˈwr-shiŋ- or ˈwär-\

Definition of WASHINGTON

1
state NW United States Olympia area 68,192 square miles (177,299 square kilometers), pop 6,724,540
2
city of the United States, coextensive with District of Columbia and often collectively referred to as Washington, D.C. pop 601,723
3
— see teraina
Wash·ing·to·nian \ˌw-shiŋ-ˈtō-nē-ən, ˌwä-, -nyən\ adjective or noun
WASHINGTON Defined for Kids

Washington

geographical name Wash·ing·ton \ˈw-shiŋ-tən, ˈwä-\

Definition of WASHINGTON for Kids

2
city, capital of U.S.; having the same boundaries as District of Columbia
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