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|Native to||Vietnam, Laos|
|Native speakers||4,280 (1995–1999)|
Chut (Chứt, Cheut) or Ruc-Sach is a dialect cluster spoken by the Chut people of Vietnam, with a smaller population of some 450 speakers in neighbouring Laos (in Khammouane Province). It may be most closely related to Arem.
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