- Dinaric Alps
a range of the Alps paralleling the E Adriatic coast from Slovenia to N Albania: extends across W Croatia, and most of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, Yugoslavia. Highest peak, 8714 ft. (2656 m).
* * *▪ mountains, EuropeSerbo-Croatian Dinarsko Gorje , or Dinara Planinasoutheastern division of the Eastern Alps, running parallel to the Dalmatian (Adriatic) coast from Trieste and Slovenia south to Albania. Bounded by the Soča (Italian Isonzo) and Sava rivers (north), the Drina River (south), the Kolubara, Ibar, and Sitnica rivers (east), and the Adriatic Sea (west), the Alps rise to 8,274 ft (2,522 m) in Bobotov Kuk of Durmitor. The coast is indented with numerous natural harbours, but the limestone ranges prohibit any natural access to the agricultural hinterland. Interior basins of the range, though isolated, have both fertile soils and dense population.
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Dinaric Alps — [di nar′ik] range of the E Alps, along the Adriatic coast of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, & N Albania: highest peak, c. 8,800 ft (2,682 m) … English World dictionary
DINARIC ALPS — a range of the Eastern Alps in Austria, runs SE. and parallel with the Adriatic, connecting the Julian Alps with the Balkans … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Dinaric Alps — Di•nar′ic Alps′ [[t]dɪˈnær ɪk[/t]] n. pl. geg a range of the Alps paralleling the E Adriatic coast from Slovenia to N Albania: extends across W Croatia, and most of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, Yugoslavia. Highest peak, 8714 ft. (2656… … From formal English to slang
Dinaric Alps — geographical name range of E Alps W Slovenia, W Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, & Montenegro; highest point 8274 feet (2522 meters) … New Collegiate Dictionary
Dinaric Alps — /dəˌnærɪk ˈælps/ (say duh.narik alps) plural noun a mountain range on the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina; a part of the eastern Alpine system. Highest peak, Troglav, 1913 m … Australian English dictionary
Dinaric Alps — a range of the Alps paralleling the E Adriatic coast from Slovenia to N Albania: extends across W Croatia, and most of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, Yugoslavia. Highest peak, 8714 ft. (2656 m) … Useful english dictionary
Alps — /alps/, n. (used with a pl. v.) a mountain range in S Europe, extending from France through Switzerland and Italy into Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia. Highest peak, Mont Blanc, 15,781 ft. (4810 m). * * * I Mountain system, south central Europe.… … Universalium
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