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Caspian Sea Syllabification: Cas·pi·an Sea
Pronunciation: /ˌkaspēən ˈsē/

Definition of Caspian Sea in English:

A large landlocked salt lake, bounded by Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Iran. The world’s largest body of inland water, its surface lies 92 feet (28 m) below sea level.

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