Adige

River Adige noun a river in northern Italy that flows southeast into the Adriatic Sea; `Verona is on the Adige`
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Adige

Adige (ä'dējā) , second longest river of Italy, c.225 mi (360 km) long, rising in the Tyrolean Alps, N Italy. It flows generally south, past Bolzano, Trent, and Verona, to the Po valley where it turns east to empty into the Adriatic Sea. The Adige is used for irrigation and hydr...
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Adige

Second longest river (after the Po) in Italy, 410 km/255 mi in length. It rises in the Rhaetian Alps, crosses the Lombardy Plain and enters the Adriatic just north of the Po delta
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Adige

[n] - a river in northern Italy that flows southeast into the Adriatic Sea
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