Guaporé

[ Portuguese gwah-poo-re; Spanish gwah-paw-re ]
/ Portuguese gwɑ pʊˈrɛ; Spanish ˌgwɑ pɔˈrɛ /

noun

a river forming part of the boundary between Brazil and Bolivia, flowing northwest to the Mamoré River. 950 miles (1,530 km) long.
former name of Rondônia.

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British Dictionary definitions for Guaporé

Guaporé
/ (Portuguese ɡwapoˈrɛ) /

noun

a river in W central South America, rising in SW Brazil and flowing northwest as part of the border between Brazil and Bolivia, to join the Mamoré River. Length: 1750 km (1087 miles)Spanish name: Iténez
the former name (until 1956) of Rondônia
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