Definition of Saskatchewan in English:

Saskatchewan

Syllabification: Sas·katch·e·wan
Pronunciation: /səˈskaCHəwən, -əˌwän
 
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1A province in central Canada; population 968,157 (2006); capital, Regina.
2A river in Canada. Rising in two headstreams in the Rocky Mountains, it flows east for 370 miles (596 km) to Lake Winnipeg.

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