American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Mexico east of Guadalajara. It is the commercial center of a mining and agricultural area. Population: 343,000.
“Here in Irapuato we have cries, but nothing like you describe.”
“A friend that taught at Tec de M. in Irapuato quit right in the middle of class for the same reason -- he just walked out and never went back.”
“This will be what I need -- we don't have such a store in Irapuato (at least that I know of). esperanza”
“This will be what I need -- we don't have such a store in Irapuato (at least that I know of).”
“Almost exactly the same as Morelia -- inside and out -- here in Irapuato, Guanajuato.”
“At TEC here in Irapuato I had a contract that said what I would be paid for the entire semester -- and I had to have a new contract each semester.”
“A few people have dies here in Irapuato, and an intensive-care nurse friend says at his hospital the problem is no longer pre-exisiting conditions -- the mortality is high because many people develop lung damage.”
“I live in Irapuato -- a city of 500,000 with thousands of bilingual people and several universities, etc.”
“I think I will check the schools out in Irapuato since that seems a little closer than Leon.”
“The people I know here pay no attention to D de los M-- but Irapuato is not a traditional Mexican city (although it was founded by Don Vasco de Quiroga in 1547).”
Looking for tweets for Irapuato.