intermontane


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in·ter·mon·tane

 (ĭn′tər-mŏn-tān′, -mŏn′tān′)
adj.
Located between mountains or mountain systems: an intermontane glacier.

intermontane

(ˌɪntəmɒnˈteɪn)
adj
(Physical Geography) occurring or situated between mountain ranges: an intermontane basin.

in•ter•mon•tane

(ˌɪn tərˈmɒn teɪn)

adj.
located between mountains or mountain ranges: an intermontane lake.
Sometimes, in`ter•moun′tain (-ˈmaʊn tn)
[1800–10; < Latin inter- inter- + mont-, mōns mount2]
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