Definition of Caspian Sea in English:

Caspian Sea

proper noun

  • A large landlocked salt lake, bounded by Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Iran. It is the world's largest body of inland water with an area of about 371,800 sq. km (143,550 sq. miles). Its surface lies 28 m (92 ft) below sea level.

Pronunciation

Caspian Sea

/ˌkaspɪən ˈsi/