Alai Mountains


Alai Mountains
Alai Mountains [ä lī′]
mountain range in S Kyrgyzstan: highest peak, c. 19,500 ft (5,944 m)

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  • Alai Mountains — /euh luy /; Russ. /u luy / a mountain range in SW Kirghizia (Kyrgyzstan): part of the Tien Shan Mountains; highest peak, ab. 19,000 ft. (5790 m). * * * …   Universalium

  • Alai Mountains — A•lai′ Moun′tains [[t]əˈlaɪ[/t]] n. pl. geg a mountain range in SW Kirghizia: part of the Tien Shan Mountains; highest peak, ab. 19,000 ft. (5790 m) …   From formal English to slang

  • Alai Mountains — /euh luy /; Russ. /u luy / a mountain range in SW Kirghizia (Kyrgyzstan): part of the Tien Shan Mountains; highest peak, ab. 19,000 ft. (5790 m) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Alai Mountains — /alaɪ ˈmaʊntənz/ (say ahluy mowntuhnz) plural noun a mountain range in Kyrgyzstan; a part of the Tien Shan mountain system. Peaks, 4800 to 5850 m. Russian, Alajskij Chrebet …   Australian English dictionary

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