Mexico

noun
a republic in southern North America; became independent from Spain in 1810 (Freq. 3)
Derivationally related forms: ↑Mexican
Members of this Region:
Instance Hypernyms: ↑North American country, ↑North American nation
Member Holonyms: ↑Organization of American States, ↑OAS
Part Holonyms: ↑Mesoamerica
Member Meronyms: ↑Mexican
Part Meronyms:
Yucatan, ↑Yucatan Peninsula, ↑Acapulco, ↑Acapulco de Juarez, ↑Ciudad Juarez, ↑Juarez, ↑Ciudad Victoria, ↑Coahuila, ↑Culiacan, ↑Durango, ↑Victoria de Durango, ↑Guadalajara, ↑Hermosillo, ↑Leon, ↑Matamoros, ↑Mazatlan, ↑Mexicali, ↑Mexico City, ↑Ciudad de Mexico, ↑Mexican capital, ↑capital of Mexico, ↑Monterrey, ↑Nogales, ↑Oaxaca, ↑Oaxaca de Juarez, ↑Orizaba, ↑Puebla, ↑Puebla de Zaragoza, ↑Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, ↑Quintana Roo, ↑San Luis Potosi, ↑Santa Maria del Tule, ↑Tabasco, ↑Tepic, ↑Tampico, ↑Torreon, ↑Tuxtla Gutierrez, ↑Veracruz, ↑Villahermosa, ↑Villa Hermosa, ↑Chihuahuan Desert, ↑Citlaltepetl, ↑Mount Orizaba, ↑Mt Orizaba, ↑Pico de Orizaba, ↑Colima, ↑Nevado de Colima, ↑Volcan de Colima, ↑Colorado, ↑Colorado River, ↑Gulf of California, ↑Sea of Cortes, ↑Gulf of Campeche, ↑Golfo de Campeche, ↑Bay of Campeche, ↑Gulf of Tehuantepec, ↑Lower California, ↑Baja California, ↑Rio Grande, ↑Rio Bravo, ↑Sierra Madre Occidental, ↑Sierra Madre Oriental, ↑Ahuehuete, ↑Tule tree

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Mexico [Mexico] [ˈmeksɪkəʊ] [ˈmeksɪkoʊ] noun singular
a country in southern North America

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