Tagus

[ tey-guhs ]
/ ˈteɪ gəs /

noun

a river in SW Europe, flowing W through central Spain and Portugal to the Atlantic at Lisbon. 566 miles (910 km) long.

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Spanish Tajo. Portuguese Tejo.
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Tagus
/ (ˈteɪɡəs) /

noun

a river in SW Europe, rising in E central Spain and flowing west to the border with Portugal, then southwest to the Atlantic at Lisbon: the longest river of the Iberian Peninsula. Length: 1007 km (626 miles)Portuguese name: Tejo Spanish name: Tajo
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