[dahsht-ee-kah-veer; English dahsht-ee-kuh-veer] /ˈdɑʃt i kɑˈvir; English ˌdɑʃt i kəˈvɪər/
a salt desert in N central Iran. About 77,220 sq. mi. (200,000 sq. km).


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