Rí·o de la
[ree-aw th e lah] /ˈri ɔ ðɛ lɑ/ (Show IPA) an estuary on the SE coast of South America between Argentina and Uruguay, formed by the Uruguay and Paraná rivers, about 185 miles (290 km) long.
Río de la Plata (ˈrio de la). an estuary on the SE coast of South America, between Argentina and Uruguay, formed by the Uruguay and Paraná Rivers. Length: 275 km (171 miles). Width: (at its mouth) 225 km (140 miles) Also known as La Plata English name River Plate
- Rio de oro
noun 1. Western Sahara. noun 1. a former region of W Africa: comprised the S part of the Spanish Sahara (now Western Sahara)
- Rio gallegos
[ree-aw gah-ye-gaws] /ˈri ɔ gɑˈyɛ gɔs/ noun 1. a seaport in S Argentina, in S Patagonia.
[ree-oo grahn-di doo nawr-ti] /ˈri ʊ ˈgrɑ̃ dɪ dʊ ˈnɔr tɪ/ noun 1. a state in E Brazil. 20,464 sq. mi. (53,000 sq. km). Capital: Natal. Rio Grande do Norte /Portuguese ˈriu ˈɡrəndi du ˈnɔrti/ noun 1. a state of NE Brazil, on the Atlantic: much of it is semiarid plateau. Capital: Natal. Pop: 2 […]
[ree-oo grahn-di doo sool] /ˈri ʊ ˈgrɑ̃ dɪ dʊ ˈsul/ noun 1. a state in S Brazil. 107,923 sq. mi. (279,520 sq. km). Capital: Pôrto Alegre. 2. São Pedro do Río Grande do Sul. Rio Grande do Sul /Portuguese ˈriu ˈɡrəndi du ˈsul/ noun 1. a state of S Brazil, on the Atlantic. Capital: Porto […]