from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of east-central Mexico near the Gulf of Mexico north-northeast of Mexico City. Settled by the Spanish in the 1530s, it is a major port, manufacturing center, and tourist resort. Population: 304,000.

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  • n. a port city in eastern Mexico


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  • The best produce here in Tampico is at HEB and WalMart.

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  • My wife says that the selection of babywear and childrenswear in Tampico is not as good as she would like.

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  • Tomorrow, I am going to go to the Transito department in Tampico and complain that I have been stopped three times in three days at exactly the same place every time to pay the cops.

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  • Just exactly what is the finwe for example for acidently running a red light in Tampico? or in Tamaulipus?

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  • Just south of there you will run into the Check Point. and from there on to Tampico is clear sailing.

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  • I personally don't like the Gulf Coast in winter time, although the coast north of Tampico is very reasonable in cost.

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  • Still, the Tampico was a good ninety miles off shore, well outside the track of south-bound vessels.

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