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Republic Day

Line breaks: Re¦pub|lic Day

Definition of Republic Day in English:

noun

The day on which the foundation of a republic is commemorated, in particular (in India) 26 January.
Example sentences
  • Proclamation of the Republic Day on October 23 commemorates the 1956 uprising against the Communist regime.
  • This is probably due to the fact that the defacers try to coincide the defacements with Indian Republic Day and Independence Day.
  • In addition to universal celebrations like International New Year's Day, Asian Indians celebrate India's day of independence from the British on August 15 and Republic Day on January 26.

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