Definition of South Georgia in English:

South Georgia

Syllabification: South Geor·gia
A British overseas territory in the South Atlantic Ocean, a barren island situated 700 miles (1,120 km) east of the Falkland Islands. It was first explored in 1775 by Captain James Cook, who named the island after George III.

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