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 (trăns′ ə-lī′, trănz′)
A range of the Pamir Mountains in eastern Tajikistan and southern Kyrgyzstan rising to 7,134 m (23,406 ft) at Lenin Peak.
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Trans A•lai

(ˈtræns əˈlaɪ, ˈtrænz)
n.
a mountain range in central Asia, between Kirghizia and Tadzhikistan. Highest peak, Lenin Peak, 23,382 ft. (7127 m).
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