Touraine

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Tou·raine

 (to͝o-rān′, -rĕn′)
A historical region and former province of west-central France. It passed to English control in 1154 but was recaptured by Philip II of France in 1204 and incorporated into the royal domain in 1584.
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Touraine

(French turɛn)
n
(Placename) a former province of NW central France: at its height in the 16th century as an area of royal residences, esp along the Loire. Chief town: Tours
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Tou•raine

(tʊˈrɛn, -ˈreɪn)

n.
a region and former province in W France. Cap.: Tours.
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Touraine

[tʊˈreɪn] NTurena f
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