Definition of Scranton in English:

Scranton

Syllabification: Scran·ton
Pronunciation: /ˈskrantn
 
/
An industrial city in northeastern Pennsylvania; population 72,233 (est. 2008).

Origin

named after the Scranton family, who established a steelworks on the site in 1840, around which the city developed.

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