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Cantabrian Mountains

[ kan-tey-bree-uhn ]
/ kænˈteɪ bri ən /
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noun (used with a plural verb)
a mountain range in N Spain. Highest peak Torre de Cerredo, 8,688 feet (2,650 meters).
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Cantabrian Mountains
/ (kænˈteɪbrɪən) /

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)
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