[ ah-poo-ree-mahk ]
/ ˌɑ puˈri mɑk /
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a river flowing NW from S Peru to the Ucayali River. about 550 miles (885 km) long.
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How to use Apurímac in a sentence
It was a memorable incident in my travelling experiences, the crossing of this great swinging bridge of the Apurimac.
They trudged around and then suddenly found themselves at the bank of the roaring Apurimac River.
“I believe we are getting close to Pasaje now,” announced the old man, as he led the way around the winding Apurimac River.
Instead of being the Apurimac Basin, what we saw was another unexplored region which drained into the Urubamba!Inca Land|Hiram Bingham
Some, like the Apurimac and the Maraon, extend well into the interior of the Cordillera.The Andes of Southern Peru|Isaiah Bowman
British Dictionary definitions for Apurímac
/ (ˌæpuːˈriːmæk) /
a river in S Peru, rising in the Andes and flowing northwest into the Urubamba River. Length: about 885 km (550 miles)
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