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Ore Mountains

  

      pl n      another name for the       Erzgebirge  
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Erzgebirge     (German)  
      pl n   a mountain range on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic: formerly rich in mineral resources. Highest peak: Mount Klínovec (Keilberg), 1244 m (4081 ft.),   (Czech name)    Krusné Hory     (Also called)    Ore Mountains         

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Vindhya Range   , Mountains         
      n   a mountain range in central India: separates the Ganges basin from the Deccan, marking the limits of northern and peninsular India. Greatest height: 1113 m (3651 ft.)  


Adirondack Mountains   , Adirondacks  
      pl n   a mountain range in NE New York State. Highest peak: Mount Marcy, 1629 m (5344 ft.)  
Allegheny Mountains   , Alleghenies  
      pl n   a mountain range in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia: part of the Appalachian system; rising from 600 m (2000 ft.) to over 1440 m (4800 ft.)  
Altai Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain system of central Asia, in W Mongolia, W China, and S Russia. Highest peak: Belukha, 4506 m (14783 ft.)  
Appalachian Mountains   , Appalachians  
      pl n   a mountain system of E North America, extending from Quebec province in Canada to central Alabama in the U.S.: contains rich deposits of anthracite, bitumen, and iron ore. Highest peak: Mount Mitchell, 2038 m (6684 ft.)  
Atlas Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain system of N Africa, between the Mediterranean and the Sahara. Highest peak: Mount Toubkal, 4165 m (13664 ft.)  
Balkan Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range extending across Bulgaria from the Black Sea to the eastern border. Highest peak: Mount Botev, 2376 m (7793 ft.)  
Black Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range running from N Monmouthshire and SE Powys (Wales) to SW Hereford and Worcester (England). Highest peak: Waun Fach, 811 m (2660 ft.)  
Blue Mountains  
      pl n  
1    a mountain range in the U.S., in NE Oregon and SE Washington. Highest peak: Rock Creek Butte, 2773 m (9097 ft.)  
2    a mountain range in the Caribbean, in E Jamaica: Blue Mountain coffee is grown on its slopes. Highest peak: Blue Mountain Peak, 2256 m (7402 ft.)  
3    a plateau in SE Australia, in E New South Wales: part of the Great Dividing Range. Highest part: about 1134 m (3871 ft.)  
Blue Ridge Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in the eastern U.S., extending from West Virginia into Georgia: part of the Appalachian mountains. Highest peak: Mount Mitchell, 2038 m (6684 ft.)  
Cairngorm Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range of NE Scotland: part of the Grampians. Highest peak: Ben Macdhui, 1309 m (4296 ft.),   (Also called)    the Cairngorms  
Cambrian Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in Wales, extending from Carmarthenshire in the S to Denbighshire in the N. Highest peak: Aran Fawddwy, 891 m (2970 ft.)  
Cantabrian Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain chain along the N coast of Spain, consisting of a series of high ridges that rise over 2400 m (8000 ft.): rich in minerals (esp. coal and iron)  
Cariboo Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SW Canada, in SE British Columbia. Highest peak: Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier, 3582 m (11750 ft.)  
Carpathian Mountains   , Carpathians  
      pl n   a mountain system of central and E Europe, extending from Slovakia to central Romania: mainly forested, with rich iron ore resources. Highest peak: Gerlachovka, 2663 m (8788 ft.)  
Catskill Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SE New York State: resort. Highest peak: Slide Mountain, 1261 m (4204 ft.),   (Also called)    Catskills  
Coast Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in Canada, on the Pacific coast of British Columbia. Highest peak: Mount Waddington, 4043 m (13266 ft.)  
Cumbrian Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in NW England, in Cumbria. Highest peak: Scafell Pike, 978 m (3210 ft.)  
Elburz Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in N Iran, parallel to the SW and S shores of the Caspian Sea. Highest peak: Mount Demavend, 5601 m (18376 ft.)  
Grampian Mountains  
      pl n  
1    a mountain system of central Scotland, extending from the southwest to the northeast and separating the Highlands from the Lowlands. Highest peak: Ben Nevis, 1343 m (4406 ft.)  
2    a mountain range in SE Australia, in W Victoria,   (Also called)    the Grampians  
Great Smoky Mountains   , Great Smokies  
      pl n   the W part of the Appalachians, in W North Carolina and E Tennessee. Highest peak: Clingman's Dome, 2024 m (6642 ft.)  
Green Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in E North America, extending from Canada through Vermont into W Massachusetts: part of the Appalachian system. Highest peak: Mount Mansfield, 1338 m (4393 ft.)  
Khingan Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain system of NE China, in W Manchuria. Highest peak: 2034 m (6673 ft.)  
Laurentian Mountains  
      pl n   a range of low mountains in E Canada, in Quebec between the St Lawrence River and Hudson Bay. Highest point: 1191 m (3905 ft.),   (Also called)    Laurentides  
Lebanon Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in central Lebanon, extending across the whole country parallel with the Mediterranean coast. Highest peak: 3104 m (10184 ft.),   (Arabic name)    Jebel Liban  
Leibnitz Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range on the SW limb of the moon, containing the highest peaks (10000 metres) on the moon  
Mourne Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SE Northern Ireland. Highest peak: Slieve Donard, 853 m (2798 ft)  
Olympic Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in NW Washington: part of the Coast Range. Highest peak: Mount Olympus, 2427 m (7965 ft.)  
Ore Mountains  
      pl n      another name for the       Erzgebirge  
Rhodope Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SE Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula extending along the border between Bulgaria and Greece. Highest peak: Golyam Perelik (Bulgaria), 2191 m (7188 ft.)  
Rocky Mountains   , Rockies  
      pl n   the chief mountain system of W North America, extending from British Columbia to New Mexico: forms the Continental Divide. Highest peak: Mount Elbert, 4399 m (14431 ft.). Mount McKinley (6194 m (20320 ft.)), in the Alaska Range, is not strictly part of the Rocky Mountains  
Saint Elias Mountains  
      pl n   usually abbreviated to   , St Elias Mountains   a mountain range between SE Alaska and the SW Yukon, Canada. Highest peak: Mount Logan, 6050 m (19850 ft.)  
Sangre de Cristo Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in S Colorado and N New Mexico: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Blanca Peak, 4364 m (14317 ft.)  
San Juan Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SW Colorado and N New Mexico: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Uncompahgre Peak, 4363 m (14314 ft.)  
Sayan Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in S central Russia, in S Siberia. Highest peak: Munku-Sardyk, 3437 m (11457 ft.)  
Selkirk Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SW Canada, in SE British Columbia. Highest peak: Mount Sir Sandford, 3533 m (11590 ft.)  
Smoky Mountains  
      pl n      See       Great Smoky Mountains  
Snowy Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SE Australia, part of the Australian Alps: famous hydroelectric scheme,   (Also called (Austral. informal))    the Snowy, the Snowies  
  Snowy Mountain      adj  
Sperrin Mountains  
      n   a mountain range in NW Northern Ireland  
Tatra Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range along the border between Slovakia and Poland, extending for about 64 km (40 miles): the highest range of the central Carpathians. Highest peak: Gerlachovka, 2663 m (8737 ft.),   (Also called)    High Tatra  
Taurus Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in S Turkey, parallel to the Mediterranean coast: crossed by the Cilician Gates; continued in the northeast by the Anti-Taurus range. Highest peak: Kaldi Dag, 3734 m (12251 ft.)  
Uinta Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in NE Utah: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Kings Peak, 4123 m (13528 ft.)  
Ural Mountains   , Urals  
      pl n   a mountain system in W central Russia, extending over 2000 km (1250 miles) from the Arctic Ocean towards the Aral Sea: forms part of the geographical boundary between Europe and Asia; one of the richest mineral areas in the world, with many associated major industrial centres. Highest peak: Mount Narodnaya, 1894 m (6214 ft.)  
White Mountains  
      pl n  
1    a mountain range in the U.S., chiefly in N New Hampshire: part of the Appalachians. Highest peak: Mount Washington, 1917 m (6288 ft.)  
2    a mountain range in the U.S., in E California and SW Nevada. Highest peak: White Mountain, 4342 m (14246 ft.)  
Wrangell Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in SE Alaska, extending into the Yukon, Canada. Highest peak: Mount Blackburn, 5037 m (16523 ft.)  
Yablonovy Mountains     (Russian)  
      pl n   a mountain range in Siberia. Highest peak: 1680 m (5512 ft.),   (Also called)    Yablonoi Mountains  
Zagros Mountains  
      pl n   a mountain range in S Iran: has Iran's main oilfields in its W central foothills. Highest peak: Zard Kuh, 4548 m (14920 ft.)  

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