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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRomaniaRo‧ma‧ni‧a /rəʊˈmeɪniə/ (also Rumania, Roumania)  a country in southeast Europe, east of Hungary and west of the Black Sea. Population: 21,790,479 (2014). Capital: Bucharest. From the end of World War II it was a Communist country, but in 1989 there was a revolution. Nicolae Ceauçescu, who had led the country since the 1960s, was killed and Romania became a democracy. Romania joined the EU (European Union) in 2007.Romanian noun, adjective
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