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Meaning of “highlands” - Learner’s Dictionary

highlands

noun [plural]     /ˈhaɪləndz/
an area with a lot of mountains: the Scottish highlandsAreas of land in generalSpace - general words
highland     /ˈhaɪlənd/ adjective
in or relating to the highlands: a highland villageParts of countriesHills and mountains
Translations of “highlands”
in Chinese (Traditional) 高地,高原, 山區…
in Russian горная местность…
in Turkish dağlık bölgeye/arazi, yayla…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高地,高原, 山区…
in Polish góry…
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