Arecibo

[ ahr-uh-see-boh; Spanish ah-re-see-baw ]
/ ˌɑr əˈsi boʊ; Spanish ˈɑ rɛˈsi bɔ /

noun

a seaport in N Puerto Rico.

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Example sentences from the Web for arecibo

  • Thence the Alamo proceeded, August 29, to Arecibo, which port was reached on the same day.

  • On the rugged north side, where the ocean currents set to southward, there are no good anchorages between Arecibo and San Juan.

    Porto Rico|Arthur D. Hall
  • We reached Arecibo, having to ford or ferry streams five times.

  • Yet town after town surrendered to these outposts until they were encamped before Arecibo, on the northern coast of the island.

    Porto Rico|Arthur D. Hall