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Ti·ti·ca·ca(tĭt′ĭ-kä′kə, tē′tē-kä′kä), Lake
A freshwater lake of South America in the Andes on the Bolivia-Peru border. Lying at an elevation of 3810 m (12,500 ft), it is the highest lake in the world to be navigable by large vessels.
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(Placename) Lake Titicaca a lake between S Peru and W Bolivia, in the Andes: the highest large lake in the world; drained by the Desaguadero River flowing into Lake Poopó. Area: 8135 sq km (3141 sq miles). Altitude: 3809 m (12 497 ft). Depth: 370 m (1214 ft)
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Ti•ti•ca•ca(ˌtɪt ɪˈkɑ kə, -kɑ)
Lake, a lake on the boundary between S Peru and W Bolivia, in the Andes. 3200 sq. mi. (8290 sq. km); 12,508 ft. (3812 m) above sea level.
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