Definition of Guadiana in English:

Guadiana

Line breaks: Gua¦di|ana
Pronunciation: /ˌgwɑːdɪˈɑːnə
 
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A river of Spain and Portugal. Rising in a plateau region south-east of Madrid, it flows south-westwards for some 580 km (360 miles), entering the Atlantic at the Gulf of Cadiz. For the last part of its course it forms the border between Spain and Portugal.

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