Turks-and-caicos-islands Definition

tûrks
proper name
British crown colony in the West Indies, consisting of two groups of small islands southeast of the Bahamas: c. 192 sq mi (497 sq km)
Webster's New World
pronoun

A British overseas territory in the Caribbean. Official name: Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI).

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Two island groups of the British West Indies in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of the Bahama Islands. The islands were a dependency of Jamaica after 1874 and became a crown colony in 1962.
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