from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Russia on the Amur River near the Chinese border. Located on the site of a fort established in 1652, it prospered after the coming of the railroad in 1905. Population: 579,000.

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  • proper n. A large city in the far East of Russia, administrative centre of Khabarovsk kray.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a city on the Amur River on the border of China and the capital of Khabarovsk
  • n. an administrative territory in Russia on the eastern coast of Siberia


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  • When we after an overnight flight arrived in Khabarovsk we were met by a lady who asked if we were the gentlemen without passports.

    Jens C. Skou - Autobiography

  • Authorities say rescue efforts have been hampered by fierce Arctic winds, near-zero visibility and shifting ice floe in Sakhalin Bay, located near the Khabarovsk region of the Russian mainland.

    Russia Sends Additional Icebreaker to Free Icebound Ships

  • Gennady Onishchenko said Thursday the Panamanian-flagged vessel had delivered Russian timber to Japan before returning to the port of Vanino in Russia's Khabarovsk territory on Wednesday.

    Russia Bans Food Imports From 6 Japanese Prefectures

  • Instead, the project will begin this year so that production will coincide with the completion of a major pipeline from Sakhalin via Khabarovsk to Vladivostok.

    Gazprom To Drill First Sakhalin-3 Production Well This Year

  • Gazprom is building a new pipeline from Sakhalin through Khabarovsk to Vladivostok that will be ready this year, but it won't be able to fill the pipeline with gas from its own Sakhalin-2 and Sakhalin-3 projects.

    Gazprom Sees Sakhalin-1 Gas Deal With Exxon

  • Kim's train crossed into Russia on Saturday morning and passed through Khabarovsk before heading west along a railway running roughly parallel with Russia's borders with China and Mongolia.

    Kim Jong-il visits Russia for talks with Dmitry Medvedev

  • After a few years, the Rader family moved from Khabarovsk to Moscow, which halved the distance she had to travel.

    I thought you were dead!

  • Operators booked connections from Gmunden to Vienna, then to Moscow, through to Vladivostok and finally Khabarovsk.

    I thought you were dead!

  • When the government offered incentives and subsidised housing to young couples to move to Siberia, he and his wife, Tanya, settled in Khabarovsk.

    I thought you were dead!

  • In Khabarovsk, her days were filled with picnics, walks, English-for-Russian lessons and, above all, conversation.

    I thought you were dead!


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