Mendoza

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Men·do·za

 (mĕn-dō′zə, -sä)
A city of western Argentina east-northeast of Santiago, Chile. Founded c. 1560, it is the capital of the province of Mendoza, a noted wine-producing region.

Mendoza

(mɛnˈdəʊzə; Spanish menˈdoθa)
n
(Placename) a city in W central Argentina, in the foothills of the Sierra de los Paramillos: largely destroyed by an earthquake in 1861; commercial centre of an intensively cultivated irrigated region; University of Cuyo (1939). Pop: 1 072 000 (2005 est)

Mendoza

(Spanish menˈdoθa)
n
(Biography) Pedro de (ˈpeðro de). died 1537, Spanish soldier and explorer; founder of Buenos Aires (1536)

Men•do•za

(mɛnˈdoʊ zə)

n.
a city in W central Argentina. 773,113.
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