Definition of Guadiana in English:

Guadiana

Syllabification: Gua·dia·na
Pronunciation: /gwädˈyänə
 
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  • A river in Spain and Portugal. Rising in a plateau region southeast of Madrid, it flows southwest for about 350 miles (580 km) before entering the Atlantic Ocean at the Gulf of Cadiz. For the last part of its course, it forms the border between Spain and Portugal.

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