[ chee-lyahn-shahn ]
/ ˈtʃiˈlyɑn ˈʃɑn /
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a mountain range in western China, bordered between Qinghai and Gansu provinces.
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“Was” is used for the indicative past tense of “to be,” and “were” is only used for the subjunctive past tense.
Also (Wade-Giles) Chi·lien Shan [Chinese chee-lyen-shahn] /Chinese ˈtʃiˈlyɛn ˈʃɑn/ .
Formerly (Pinyin, Wade-Giles) Nan Shan [nahn-shahn] /ˈnɑn ˈʃɑn/ .
Words nearby Qilian Shan
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