Definition of Yangtze in English:

Yangtze

proper noun

  • The principal river of China, which rises as the Jinsha in the Tibetan highlands and flows 6,380 km (3,964 miles) southwards then generally eastwards through central China, entering the East China Sea at Shanghai.

    Also called Chang Jiang

Pronunciation:

Yangtze

/ˈjaŋtsi/