Zagros Mountains

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Zag·ros Mountains

 (zăg′rəs)
A range of western Iran forming the western and southern borders of the central Iranian plateau and rising to 4,548 m (14,921 ft).
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Zagros Mountains

(ˈzæɡrɒs)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in S Iran: has Iran's main oilfields in its W central foothills. Highest peak: Zard Kuh, 4548 m (14 920 ft)
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Zag′ros Moun′tains

(ˈzæg rəs)
n.pl.
a mountain range in S and SW Iran, extending along the borders of Turkey and Iraq. Highest peak, 14,921 ft. (4550 m).
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