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a seaport in W Peru, near Lima.
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How to use Callao in a sentence
NWS Wakefield confirmed the tornado from May 3rd which tracked across Northumberland County near Callao.How a tornadic storm tore through West Virginia and parts of northern Maryland Monday|Jeffrey Halverson, Jason Samenow|May 6, 2021|Washington Post
The Spaniards at Malate returned the fire and struck the Callao without doing any damage.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
Leading from the Callao gate is the fine long avenue of trees I have already mentioned.
On their approach becoming known, a great number of persons proceeded from Callao to the Alameda to meet them.
Within the last few years a regular line of omnibuses has been established between Callao and Lima.
Still more horrible was the destruction in the harbor of Callao.
British Dictionary definitions for Callao
/ (Spanish kaˈʎao) /
a port in W Peru, near Lima, on Callao Bay : chief import centre of Peru. Pop: 813 264 (2005 est)
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