Origin of Argentina
OTHER WORDS FROM Argentinapro-Ar·gen·ti·na, adjective
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How to use Argentina in a sentence
He got them, early and often, during a 6-0 romp over Argentina at Exploria Stadium.USWNT flexes muscle, routs Argentina to win SheBelieves Cup, 6-0|Steven Goff|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
About 230 million years ago, sauropodomorphs lived mainly in what is now northern Argentina and southern Brazil.Climate change helped some dinosaurs migrate to Greenland|Anushree Dave|February 24, 2021|Science News
Everyone from Russia to Ukraine to Brazil to Argentina, Malaysia and Indonesia.Sara Menker, CEO of Gro Intelligence, Believes Big Data Can Save Our Climate and Food Supply|Eben Shapiro|February 21, 2021|Time
In the first match, Olympic-bound Brazil claimed a 4-1 victory over Argentina, which lost several players to coronavirus issues this week.Rose Lavelle lifts U.S. women’s national team past Canada at SheBelieves Cup|Steven Goff|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
We also have a delicious sauvignon blanc from Australia and a top-notch malbec from Argentina.A refreshing $14 Tuscan red seeks burgers or pizza for a delicious match|Dave McIntyre|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
Each book has gripping scenes on the fear that permeated Argentina in those years.
Stangneth probes his affairs in Argentina, including with Ingrid von Ihne, “tall, blond, and slim, with a cold beauty.”Nothing Was Banal About Eichmann’s Evil, Says a Scathing New Biography|Michael Signer|October 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In reality, he and been off in Argentina with his girlfriend, unbeknownst to his wife.
There had been British governmental discussions that the islands could be leased back to Argentina.
In theory, the Islands were part of the land given to Argentina by Spain upon independence in 1816.
The rich men of Argentina take great delight in blood-stock and many of the racers are by high-class English sires.
Very few writers upon Argentina refer to the subject of religion at all, and those who do give very scanty information.
The excellent journalism of Argentina has not, as yet, developed into literature of a class correspondingly high.
He seems to have approached nearer to the type of the professional man of letters than is common in Argentina.
The ordinary share capital of the Company, which is exclusively held in Argentina, has been increased to over a million sterling.
British Dictionary definitions for Argentina
Cultural definitions for Argentina
Republic in southern South America, bordered by Chile to the west; Bolivia and Paraguay to the north; and Brazil, Uruguay, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Its capital and largest city is Buenos Aires.