[ rahng-kah-gwah ]
/ rɑŋˈkɑ gwɑ /
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a city in central Chile.
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How to use Rancagua in a sentence
In this year 1814, the revolution in Chili was completely crushed by the defeat of the patriots at Rancagua.Ponce de Leon|William Pilling
We followed this valley till it expanded into a great plain, which reaches from the sea to the mountains west of Rancagua.A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World|Charles Darwin
In comparing the two cities it is fair to say that Rancagua presents more activity in street life and in business.
Like in Rancagua the samples of merchandise on display in the shops are cloth, ponchos, and drygoods.
Rancagua has a floating population comprised of the mining element from the Braden Copper Company.
British Dictionary definitions for Rancagua
/ (Spanish raŋˈkaɡwa) /
a city in central Chile. Pop: 217 000 (2005 est)
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