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intermontane

[ in-ter-mon-teyn ]
/ ˌɪn tərˈmɒn teɪn /
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adjective
located between mountains or mountain ranges: an intermontane lake.
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Also in·ter·moun·tain [in-ter-moun-tn]. /ˌɪn tərˈmaʊn tn/.

Origin of intermontane

1800–10, Americanism;<Latin inter-inter- + montānus, equivalent to mont- (stem of mōns) mount2 + -ānus-ane
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British Dictionary definitions for intermontane

intermontane
/ (ˌɪntəmɒnˈteɪn) /

adjective
occurring or situated between mountain rangesan intermontane basin
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