[see-er-uh mah-drey; for 2 also Spanish syer-rah mah-th re] /siˈɛr ə ˈmɑ dreɪ; for 2 also Spanish ˈsyɛr rɑ ˈmɑ ðrɛ/
a mountain range extending from S Wyoming into N Colorado.
two parallel mountain chains in Mexico, bordering the central plateau on the E and W, and extending SE into N Guatemala.
a town in S California.
/Spanish ˈsjɛrra ˈmaðre/
(functioning as sing) the main mountain system of Mexico, extending for 2500 km (1500 miles) southeast from the N border: consists of the Sierra Madre Oriental in the east, the Sierra Madre Occidental in the west, and the Sierra Madre del Sur in the south. Highest peak: Citlaltépetl, 5636 m (18 492 ft) (disputed)
[see-er-uh mah-drey del soo r; Spanish syer-ah mah-th re th el soor] /siˈɛr ə ˈmɑ dreɪ dɛl ˈsʊər; Spanish ˈsyɛr ɑ ˈmɑ ðrɛ ðɛl ˈsur/ noun 1. a plateau mountain range in Guerrero and Oaxaca states, S Mexico. Highest peak 12,149 feet (3703 meters).
- Sierra morena
/Spanish ˈsjɛrra moˈrena/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) a mountain range in SW Spain, between the Guadiana and Guadalquivir Rivers. Highest peak: Estrella, 1299 m (4262 ft)
[see-er-uh nuh-vad-uh, -vah-duh; for 2 also Spanish syer-rah ne-vah-th ah] /siˈɛr ə nəˈvæd ə, -ˈvɑ də; for 2 also Spanish ˈsyɛr rɑ nɛˈvɑ ðɑ/ noun 1. a mountain range in E California. Highest peak, Mt. Whitney, 14,495 feet (4420 meters). 2. a mountain range in S Spain. Highest peak, Mulhacén, 11,420 feet (3480 meters). Sierra […]
noun 1. a town in S Arizona.