Kutaisi

/kʊtaˈisi/ (say kootah'eesee)

noun
a town in western Georgia (def. 1).

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Kutaisi — /kooh tuy see/; Russ. /kooh tu yee syi/, n. a city in the W Georgian Republic in Europe. 194,000. Also, Kutais /koo tuys /; Russ. /kooh tu yees /. * * * ▪ Georgia       city, west central Georgia. It lies along the Rioni River where the latter… …   Universalium

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  • Kutaisi — Ku•tai•si [[t]kuˈtaɪ si[/t]] also Ku•tais [[t]kʊˈtaɪs[/t]] n. geg a city in the W Georgian Republic. 235,000 …   From formal English to slang

  • Kutaisi — /kooh tuy see/; Russ. /kooh tu yee syi/, n. a city in the W Georgian Republic in Europe. 194,000. Also, Kutais /koo tuys /; Russ. /kooh tu yees / …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kutaisi Institute of Medicine — is a medical school, located in Kutaisi, Georgia. The medical school was founded in 1992.In 1992 the initiative group consisting of Ioseb Kachakhidze, Giorgi Arveladze, Nugzar Maglakelidze and Malkhaz Dvalishvili – by the consent of the Ministry… …   Wikipedia

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