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An·to·fa·gas·ta

 (än′tō-fə-gä′stə)
A city of northern Chile on the Pacific Ocean. It is a shipping center for minerals found in the area.

Antofagasta

(ˌæntəfəˈɡæstə; Spanish antofaˈɣasta)
n
(Placename) a port in N Chile. Pop: 323 000 (2005 est)

An•to•fa•gas•ta

(ˌɑn toʊ fəˈgɑ stə)

n.
a seaport in N Chile. 149,720.
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Noun1.Antofagasta - a port city on the Pacific in northern ChileAntofagasta - a port city on the Pacific in northern Chile
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