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Mul·ha·cén

 (mo͞o′lä-sān′, -thĕn′)
A mountain, 3,479 m (11,414 ft) high, of southern Spain in the Sierra Nevada east of Granada. It is the highest point in the country.
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Mulhacén

(Spanish mulaˈθen)
n
(Placename) a mountain in S Spain, in the Sierra Nevada: the highest peak in Spain. Height: 3478 m (11 410 ft)
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Mul•ha•cén

(ˌmu lɑˈθɛn)

n.
a mountain in S Spain: the highest peak in Spain. 11,411 ft. (3478 m).
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