Definition of Plovdiv in English:

Plovdiv

Syllabification: Plov·div
Pronunciation: /ˈplôvˌdif
 
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An industrial and commercial city in southern Bulgaria; population 347,600 (2008). Known to the ancient Greeks as Philippopolis and to the Romans as Trimontium, it assumed its present name after World War I.

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