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northern

adjective (also Northern) uk   /ˈnɔː.ðən/  us   /ˈnɔːr.ðɚn/ (written abbreviation N, US also No)
B1 in or from the north part of an area: northern Europe the Northern Hemisphere
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Translations of “northern”
in Korean 북쪽의, 북쪽에서…
in Arabic شَمالي…
in Portuguese do norte, setentrional, boreal…
in Catalan del nord, septentrional…
in Japanese 北部の, 北部からの…
in Italian settentrionale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在北部的, 從北部的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在北部的, 从北部的…
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