Definition of mountain range in English:

mountain range

Pronunciation /ˈmount(ə)n ˌrānj/ /ˈmaʊnt(ə)n ˌreɪndʒ/

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noun

  • A line of mountains connected by high ground.

    ‘He has also climbed the Cullin mountain range on the Isle of Skye and has competed as the co-driver for a rally team for 15 years.’
    • ‘Qazvin, like Tehran, sits in the foothills of the Alborz mountain range, which skirts the south coast of the Caspian Sea.’
    • ‘The mountain range has 3,200 glaciers with hundreds of millions of cubic metres of snow.’
    • ‘The terrain between the spur of the mountain range and the sea is flat and thickly forested.’
    • ‘Vancouver is close to both the ocean and the mountain range so lots of rain is expected.’
    • ‘Beyond these cities stood the snowy peaks of this spectacular mountain range.’
    • ‘The land is mostly desert, with a mountain range in the north and oases scattered across the sands.’
    • ‘There has been massive illegal logging in the Sierra Madre mountain range since the 1950s.’
    • ‘He noticed the long shadows on the ground below him, cast from a distant mountain range behind him.’
    • ‘In the east, the Sierra Maestra mountain range is beautiful and full of endemic species.’
    • ‘Somebody has to ask the question of how the chart makers could neglect to find an entire undersea mountain range.’
    • ‘However, ahead of them loomed a large mountain range, like an impassable wall.’
    • ‘Every now and then the fog would break for a moment, exposing the mountain range looming in the distance.’
    • ‘The moon was now descending behind the mountain range while the sun rose up to break through the morning haze.’
    • ‘And to the right was a precipitous mountain range with snowy caps and rocky cliffs.’
    • ‘The sun sinks behind the mountain range and sheds a shadow over the forest.’
    • ‘The mountain range I had been keeping my eye on throughout the trip was getting steadily closer.’
    • ‘In the distance she thought she saw the dark outline of a mountain range, but it was too far to be certain.’
    • ‘The backbone of the region is made up of the Balkans, a mountain range that runs north-south.’
    • ‘It's pretty much the only way to get through the mountain range in that area.’
    • ‘In the background, a mountain range is partly obscured by a hedgerow and trees.’
    • ‘He looked out at the white capped peaks and marveled at the beauteous expanse of the mountain range.’