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Zambia

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishZambiaZam‧bi‧a /ˈzæmbiə/  a country in south central Africa, between Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Population: 14,222,233 (2014). Capital: Lusaka. Zambia is rich in minerals, especially copper. Its former name, when it was ruled by Britain, was Northern Rhodesia. It became independent in 1964, and is a member of the British Commonwealth.Zambian noun, adjective
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