Chin-hills



noun, (used with a plural verb)
1.
a mountain range in W Myanmar, on the Indian border; part of the Arakan Yoma system of mountain ranges. Reaches 10,018 feet (3056 meters) at Mt. Victoria.
/tʃɪn/
plural noun
1.
a mountainous region of W Myanmar; part of the Arakan Yoma system. Highest peak: Mount Victoria, 3053 m (10 075 ft)

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