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Salado

[ suh-lah-doh; Spanish sah-lah-thaw ]
/ səˈlɑ doʊ; Spanish sɑˈlɑ ðɔ /
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noun
Rí·o [ree-oh; Spanish ree-aw], /ˈri oʊ; Spanish ˈri ɔ/, a river in N Argentina, flowing SE to the Paraná River. About 1,200 miles (1,930 km) long.
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Salado
/ (Spanish saˈlaðo) /

noun
a river in N Argentina, rising in the Andes as the Juramento and flowing southeast to the Paraná River. Length: 2012 km (1250 miles)
a river in W Argentina, rising near the Chilean border as the Desaguadero and flowing south to the Colorado River. Length: about 1365 km (850 miles)
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