[chil-oh-ey; Spanish chee-law-e] /ˌtʃɪl oʊˈeɪ; Spanish ˌtʃi lɔˈɛ/

the largest island of Chile, in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of South America. 3241 sq. mi. (8394 sq. km).
an island administered by Chile, off the W coast of South America in the Pacific Ocean: timber. Pop: 154 775 (2002, Chiloé province). Area: 8394 sq km (3240 sq miles)


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