Definition of Potomac in English:

Potomac

Line breaks: Poto|mac
Pronunciation: /pəˈtəʊmək
 
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A river of the eastern US, which rises in the Appalachian Mountains in West Virginia and flows about 459 km (285 miles) through Washington DC into Chesapeake Bay on the Atlantic coast.

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