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La Man·cha(lä män′chə)
A region of south-central Spain. The high, mostly barren plateau is the setting for Cervantes's Don Quixote.
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La Mancha(Spanish la ˈmantʃa)
(Placename) a plateau of central Spain, between the mountains of Toledo and the hills of Cuenca: traditionally associated with episodes in Don Quixote. Average height: 600 m (2000 ft)
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La Man•cha(lɑ ˈmɑn tʃə)
a plateau region in central Spain.
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