Czechoslovakian, Czecho-Slovakian, adj., n.
/chek'euh sleuh vah"kee euh, -vak"ee euh/, n.
a former republic in central Europe: formed after World War I; comprised Bohemia, Moravia, Slovakia, and part of Silesia: a federal republic 1968-92. 49,383 sq. mi. (127,903 sq. km). Cap.: Prague. Formerly, (1990-92) Czech and Slovak Federative Republic; (1948-89), Czechoslovak Soialist Republic.

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