meandro

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin maeander, from Ancient Greek Μαίανδρος (Maíandros), the name of a river.

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  • IPA(key): /meˈandro/
  • Hyphenation: me‧an‧dro
  • Rhymes: -andro

Noun[edit]

meandro (accusative singular meandron, plural meandroj, accusative plural meandrojn)

  1. (geography) meander

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meandro m (plural meandri)

  1. meander
  2. maze, labyrinth

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meandro m (plural meandros)

  1. (geography) meander
  2. (in the plural, figuratively) intrigue; ins and outs (details or fine points of something)

Spanish[edit]

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meandro m (plural meandros)

  1. (geography) meander
  2. bend