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Transcaucasia Syllabification: Trans·cau·ca·sia
Pronunciation: /ˌtranzˌkôˈkāZHə/
/ˌtransˌkôˈkāZHə/

Definition of Transcaucasia in English:

A region that lies to the south of the Caucasus Mountains, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, and that comprises the present-day republics of Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. It was created as the Transcaucasian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, a republic of the former Soviet Union, in 1922, but was broken up into its constituent republics in 1936.

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