[suh-lah-doh; Spanish sah-lah-th aw]
- Rí·o [ree-oh; Spanish ree-aw] /ˈri oʊ; Spanish ˈri ɔ/, a river in N Argentina, flowing SE to the Paraná River. About 1200 miles (1930 km) long.
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Examples from the Web for salado
The valley of the Rio Verde and Salado seems to have been a favorite resort.The Prehistoric World
E. A. Allen
This great acequia heads just above where we crossed the Salado.Across America
James F. Rusling
The tilled lands are not continuous on the Salado or the Dulce.The Argentine Republic
Dr. Gillies says where the Diamante joins it, it is called the Salado.Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio de La Plata
The numerous streams which cross the stony pathway all flow to the south, uniting their waters with the Salado de Moron.
- a river in N Argentina, rising in the Andes as the Juramento and flowing southeast to the Paraná River. Length: 2012 km (1250 miles)
- a river in W Argentina, rising near the Chilean border as the Desaguadero and flowing south to the Colorado River. Length: about 1365 km (850 miles)
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