Aconcagua

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A·con·ca·gua

 (ăk′ən-kä′gwə, ä′kən-)
A mountain, 6,962 m (22,841 ft) high, in the Andes of western Argentina near the Chilean border. The highest peak of the Western Hemisphere, it was first scaled in 1897.

Aconcagua

(Spanish akonˈkaɣwa)
n
(Placename) a mountain in W Argentina: the highest peak in the Andes and in the W Hemisphere. Height: 6960 m (22 835 ft)

A•con•ca•gua

(ˌɑ kɔŋˈkɑ gwɑ)

n.
a mountain in W Argentina, in the Andes: highest peak in the Western Hemisphere. 22,834 ft. (6960 m).
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Noun1.Aconcagua - the highest mountain in the western hemisphereAconcagua - the highest mountain in the western hemisphere; located in the Andes in western Argentina (22,834 feet high)
Argentina, Argentine Republic - a republic in southern South America; second largest country in South America
Andes - a mountain range in South America running 5000 miles along the Pacific coast
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ua South-America: Cerro Aconcagua (6959m)in Argentina
The Seven Summits comprises Cerro Aconcagua (South America), Denali (North America), Vinson Massif (Antarctica), Elbrus (Europe), Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mount Everest (Asia) and either Carstensz Pyramid or Mount Kosciuszko (Australia).
Since then, he has also reached the summits of Cerro Aconcagua (South America), Vinson Massif (Antarctica), Elbrus (Europe), Mount Everest (Asia), Carstensz Pyramid and Mount Kosciuszko (Australia).