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Göta

/ (Swedish ˈjøːta) /
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noun

a river in S Sweden, draining Lake Vänern and flowing south-southwest to the Kattegat: forms part of the Göta Canal, which links Göteborg in the west with Stockholm in the east. Length: 93 km (58 miles)

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  • Tengo que masticar todo lo que como y que tragar laboriosamente toda gota de agua y de vino que bebo.

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