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Tuamotu Archipelago Syllabification: Tu·a·mo·tu Ar·chi·pel·a·go
Pronunciation: /ˌto͞oəˌmōto͞o ˌärkəˈpeləˌɡō/

Definition of Tuamotu Archipelago in English:

A group of about 80 coral islands that form part of French Polynesia, in the South Pacific Ocean; population 18,317 (2007). It is the largest group of coral atolls in the world.

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