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Syllabification: Sal·ween
Pronunciation: /ˈsalˌwēn

Definition of Salween in English:

A river in Southeast Asia that rises in Tibet and flows for 1,500 miles (2,400 km) southeast and south through Burma (Myanmar) to the Gulf of Martaban, an inlet of the Andaman Sea.

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