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landlocked

1. (of a country) completely surrounded by land
2. (esp of lakes) completely or almost completely surrounded by land
3. (esp of certain salmon) living in fresh water that is permanently isolated from the sea

landlocked

[′land‚läkt]
(geography)
Pertaining to a harbor which is surrounded or almost completely surrounded by land.
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The trip begins in a landlocked country with a navy and old sea
Morales (R) Bolivia, a landlocked country located in Central South America, and the Southeast Asian nation of Vietnam have agreed to co-operate in the textile sector.
African forces were expected to join French troops in an attempt to drive insurgents back from central parts of the landlocked country, after French jets began bombing rebel-held towns Jan.
KABUL (PAN): The UN secretary general, appreciating Pakistan's role in Afghanistan, has welcomed the reopening of a key NATO supply route into the landlocked country, the Pakistan embassy said on Monday.
Googling a runner Zimbabwe 5.00 Plumpton A landlocked country in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers.
The landlocked country of eight million which uses the ports of Mombasa and Dar Es Salaam in Kenya and Tanzania respectively, saw cement and perishable food items representing more than half of total imports, the central bank said in a report.
In the statement made available to PANA, the Malian economic operators are being urged to use the port of Cotonou, where they will benefit from concessions, which were previously granted to them because of their status as a landlocked country for all their customs clearance operations.
The photo was taken as he crossed the border into Lesotho, the Mountain Kingdom - a landlocked country that is entirely surrounded by South Africa.
February 2, 2010 (NEW DELHI) -- Ethiopia seeks India's help in developing a railways linking the landlocked country with the neighboring Djibouti allowing access to the sea.
Econet Burundi, which only commenced operations in the country in October, has invested $40m in its new network but recognised that power demand in the landlocked country, at around 45MW against an installed generating capacity of 32MW, placed a severe constraint on subscribers' telecom use.
It was perhaps the only landlocked country that had such a favorable balance of trade for that year.
What unique challenges confront a landlocked country? --