[mah-maw-rey] /ˌmɑ mɔˈreɪ/

a river in Bolivia, flowing N to the Beni River on the border of Brazil to form the Madeira River. 700 miles (1125 km) long.
/Spanish mamoˈre/
a river in central Bolivia, flowing north to the Beni River to form the Madeira River. Length: about 1500 km (930 miles)


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