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Bue·nos Ai·res

 (bwā′nəs âr′ēz, ī′rĭz, bwĕ′nōs ī′rĕs)
The capital and largest city of Argentina, in the eastern part of the country on the Río de la Plata. Founded by the Spanish in 1536, it became the national capital in 1862. The highly industrialized city is also a major port.
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Buenos Aires

(ˈbweɪnɒs ˈaɪrɪz; Spanish ˈbwenos ˈaires)
n
(Placename) the capital of Argentina, a major port and industrial city on the Río de la Plata estuary: became capital in 1880; university (1821). Pop: 13 349 000 (2005 est)
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Bue•nos Ai•res

(ˈbweɪ nəs ˈaɪər ɪz, ˈboʊ nəs)
n.
the capital of Argentina, in the E part, on the Río de la Plata. 9,927,404.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Buenos Aires - capital and largest city of ArgentinaBuenos Aires - capital and largest city of Argentina; located in eastern Argentina near Uruguay; Argentina's chief port and industrial and cultural center
Argentina, Argentine Republic - a republic in southern South America; second largest country in South America
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Translations

Buenos Aires

[ˌbwenəsˈaɪərɪz]
A. NBuenos Aires msing
B. ADJbonaerense, porteño (Arg)
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Buenos Aires

[ˌbweɪnɒsˈaɪriz] nBuenos Aires
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Buenos Aires

nBuenos Aires nt
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Buenos Aires

[ˈbweɪnɒsˈaɪrɪz] nBuenos Aires f
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As populacoes perifericas sao excluidas da capital, noticias de radio e toques de recolher sugerem um estado policial racista e um regime de restricao das liberdades civis, numa distopia que ratifica definitivamente a previsao de Mario Pedrosa sobre o destino da capital federal: "[...] um oasis, com seu clima e atmosfera inevitaveis de excecao" (2012, p.
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En un punto intermedio, se ubican las provincias que no hacen una mencion especifica a la relacion con los cultos (Chubut, La Pampa, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Mendoza, Corrientes, Tucuman, La Rioja y San Juan).
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