Rapids is the plural of torrent. The first meaning of the term raudal that accepts the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) refers to Water that flows violently down a certain channel. For instance: “The storm caused strong floods that flooded the city”, “There is not enough flow to practice rafting on this river”, “The flood generated by the storm forced dozens of neighbors to evacuate”.

TorrentThe notion of streams is also used to mention the bulk wave abundance something that usually grows, spreads, or multiplies very quickly: “Complaints poured in after the governor’s announcement”, “The minister received insults in abundance when he tried to speak to the victims”, “The Czech boxer took a lot of blows in the first round”.

That which exists or is found “In abundance”, therefore it is abundant. If a journalist mentions that a certain tennis player has “Talent in abundance”, will be indicating that it is an athlete with great technical ability. Similarly, a company receiving “Orders in abundance” of a certain product will have managed to generate a lot of interest in consumers regarding one of its proposals.

It is also interesting that we know that within the field of culture and art it is common for the term that we are now analyzing to be used. And it is used to, for example, reflect how an event was carried out: “The party prepared to deliver the film awards was a show of humor in abundance, thanks to the spark and the monologues made by the presenters ”.

In the same way, other examples of its use in these areas would be the following phrases: “the artist who took the stage to play the piano managed to thrill all the attendees by his good work” or “the city began its parties with a great celebration in which, indisputably, the great protagonist was the music that was present in abundance through numerous concerts ”.

Raudales Malpaso is the name of a town of Chiapas, a state of Mexico. This town, founded from the construction of a dam, has about 7,000 inhabitants.

Specifically, this town was founded in 1968 on the occasion of the erection of the Malpaso Dam, which is considered the second largest in all of Mexico. The population is located in the north of the state of Chiapas, 200 meters above sea level and has the peculiarity that around 3% of its inhabitants communicate through an indigenous language.

Rapids It is also a common surname in some Latin American countries, shared by personalities such as the Honduran soccer player Cesar Oseguera Raudales and the Salvadoran writer Walter Raudales.

In the same way, we cannot ignore the figure of the Honduran soccer player Cristian Raudales, who is currently part of the FC Edmonton team, which plays in the North American Soccer League.