Definition of Guadiana in English:

Guadiana

proper noun

  • A river of Spain and Portugal. Rising in a plateau region south-east of Madrid, it flows south-westwards for some 580 km (360 miles), entering the Atlantic at the Gulf of Cadiz. For the last part of its course it forms the border between Spain and Portugal.

Pronunciation:

Guadiana

/ˌɡwɑːdɪˈɑːnə/