Definition of Tocantins in English:

Tocantins

Syllabification: To·can·tins
Pronunciation: /ˌtōkənˈtēns
 
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A river in South America that rises in central Brazil and flows 1,640 miles (2,640 km) north, joining the Pará River to enter the Atlantic Ocean through a large estuary at Belém.

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