Dasht-i-Kavir


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Dasht-i-Kavir

(ˌdæʃtiːkæˈvɪə) or

Dasht-e-Kavir

n
(Placename) a salt waste on the central plateau of Iran: a treacherous marsh beneath a salt crust. Also called: Kavir Desert
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Dasht-i-Ka•vir

(ˌdɑʃt i kəˈvɪər)

n.
a salt desert in N central Iran. ab. 18,000 sq. mi. (46,620 sq. km). Also called Kavir Desert , Great Salt Desert.
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Another challenging situation that he came across was in Dasht-i-Kavir desert of Kerman region of Iran.