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Cordillera Central

[ kawr-thee-ye-rah sen-trahl ]
/ ˌkɔr ðiˈyɛ rɑ sɛnˈtrɑl /
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noun
a mountain range in Colombia: part of the Andes. Highest peak, Huila, 18,700 feet (5,700 meters).
a mountain range in the Dominican Republic. Highest peak, Pico Duarte, 10,414 feet (3,174 meters).
a mountain range in Peru: part of the Andes.
a mountain range in Luzon, Philippines. Highest peak, Mt. Pulog, 9,606 feet (2,928 meters).
a mountain range in central Puerto Rico. Highest peak, Cerro de Punta, 4,389 feet (1,338 meters).
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