Niterói


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Ni·te·rói

 (nē′tə-roi′)
A city of southeast Brazil on Guanabara Bay opposite Rio de Janeiro, founded in 1671.
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Niterói

(Portuguese niteˈrɔi)
n
(Placename) a port in SE Brazil, on Guanabara Bay opposite Rio de Janeiro: contains Brazil's chief shipyards. Pop: 458 465 (2000). Also called: Nictheroy
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Ni•te•rói

(ˌni təˈrɔɪ)

n.
a seaport in SE Brazil opposite Rio de Janeiro. 382,736.
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