American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Ecuador south of Guayaquil. It is a commercial center. Population: 204,000.
“The company owns a 27 hectare port site on the Santa Rosa Channel in Machala, which is connected to the Mirador Project by a 400 km paved highway.”
“Unionized teachers marching for a salary increase on the streets of Machala, province of El Oro, Ecuador.”
“All of Amistad's natural gas production flows to Noble's Machala facility, a 130-megawatt (MW), onshore, gas-fired power plant that supplies electricity to the Guayaquil region.”
“There have been efforts to increase gas-fired capacity in the country, especially through integrated projects such as the Machala plant.”
“The two principal cacaos are known as _Arriba_ and _Machala_, or classed together as Guayaquil after the city of that name.”
“The principal towns are Machala, Santa Rosa, Zaruma, and Loja.”
“Next in order is the _cacao de abajo_, from down the river, as Machala, Santa Rosa, Balao, and Manabi, below Guayaquil.”
“She is 27 years old, and she is from the city of Machala.”
“Nuestra socia del banco comunal Despertar, tiene 27 años de edad y es de la ciudad de Machala, se encuentra casada y su esposo trabaja como chofer; en su unión conyugal ha procreado 1 hijo, cual tiene 11 años de edad y estudia en el Liceo Americano.”
“She also sells her merchandise in the city of Machala.”
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