Definition of Macquarie River in English:

Macquarie River

Syllabification: Mac·quar·ie Riv·er
Pronunciation: /məˈkwôrē, -ˈkwärē
 
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A river in New South Wales, Australia, that rises on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range and flows northwest for 600 miles (960 km) to join the Darling River, of which it is a headwater.

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