Definition of Athabasca River in English:

Athabasca River

Syllabification: Ath·a·bas·ca Riv·er
Pronunciation: /ˌaTHəˌbaskə ˈrivər
 
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A river in Canada that flows northeast for 765 miles (1,230 km) from the Rocky Mountains across Alberta to Lake Athabasca, Canada’s fourth-largest lake. The river valley has large oil tar deposits.

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