from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river, about 2,735 km (1,700 mi) long, of central and southern Africa rising in northwest Zambia and flowing south and west to the Mozambique Channel.
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- proper n. A river in S Africa, flowing S and W from Zambia through E Angola and Zambia and then E along the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe into and through central Mozambique to the Indian Ocean.
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- n. an African river; flows into the Indian Ocean
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It also demonstrated a chip for desktop computers, dubbed Zambezi, which will have up to eight calculating engines, or processor cores and be complemented by a separate graphics chip — both targeted at gaming fans.
The Zambezi is the fourth longest river in Africa, threading through dense Miombo forests, croc-infested dambos, and in many cases, barren land adulterated by the human hand.
The Portuguese, in speaking of the River Chambezi, invariably spoke of it as “our own Zambezi,” — that is, the Zambezi which flows through the Portuguese possessions of the Mozambique.
But now the Zambezi, which is joined on the Luangwa River right here, has gone back to its colors of brown and blue and the mountain ranges of Mozambique and Zimbabwe are back in a bit of a haze.
A long, sluggish river that someone had dubbed the Zambezi ran from north to south a little to the west of the plain's centerline.
Unlike the Zambezi, which is pretty much a constant run of rapids, the Nile had a number of long stretches of wide, flat areas.
Whether you are tempted by the unique design, vast living space, versitile bedroom arrangement or a combination of all these, the Zambezi is a tent that will not let you down.
The Zambezi is the biggest river in southern Africa The Regional Remote Sensing Unit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) warned that problems could still be experienced in the low-lying areas of Caprivi, especially along the Zambezi, because of the much higher than average rains experienced in the first half of March.
Seafolly claims that last year Mooloola Fashion directed Sydney company Australian Downtown Marketing to copy Seafolly's "Zambezi" fabric print to use in their own Mooloola-brand swimwear range.
It has been a rumour for no more than two months from a leaked presentation showing the 'Zambezi' processor.