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Use "maidan" in a sentence
"There was a legend in the family that years ago, when the maidan was a tank, an aunt was sitting in the garden, combing her daughter's long hair."
"The biggest mystery for me about Indian words in Europe is how Indo-Aryan "maidan" entered Ukrainian."
"The absence of forest and other obstructions to the view, the breadth and flatness of the valleys, and the undulating character of the lower ranges that traverse its surface, give it a comparatively level appearance, and suggest the term "maidan" or "plains" to the Tibetan, when comparing his country with the complicated ridges of the deep Sikkim valleys."