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pam·pa

 (päm′pə, păm′-)
n.
often pam·pas (päm′pəs, păm′pəz) An extensive treeless grassland area in south-central South America: cattle herders on the pampas.

[American Spanish, from Quechua, flat field.]
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pam·pa

(păm′pə)
An extensive, treeless grassland of southern South America.
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