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 (ə-nā′tō, ä-nĕ′-), Pico de
A peak, 3,404 m (11,168 ft) high, in northeast Spain near the French border. It is the highest elevation in the Pyrenees.
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(Spanish aˈneto)
(Placename) Pico de Aneto (ˈpiko de) a mountain in N Spain, near the French border: the highest in the Pyrenees. Height: 3404 m (11 168 ft)
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(ɑˈnɛ tɔ)

Pico de, a mountain in NE Spain: highest peak of the Pyrenees. 11,165 ft. (3400 m). French, Pic de Néthou.
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