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Balkan Mountains Balkangebirge {n}; Balkan {m} [geogr.]

mountains {pl} [listen] Gebirge {n}; Gebirgsgegend {f} [listen]

distress in the mountains Bergnot {f}

to be in distress in the mountains in Bergnot sein

to find yourself (caught) in a dangerous/survial situation in the mountains in Bergnot geraten

Tatra Mountains; Tatra Tatra-Gebirge {n}; Tatra {f} [geogr.]

High Tatras Hohe Tatra

Low Tatras Niedere Tatra

Beskid Mountains; Beskids Beskidengebirge {n}; Beskiden {pl} [geogr.]

high mountain region; high mountain area; high mountains Hochgebirge {n} [geogr.]

ridge of mountains Höhenzug {m} [geogr.]

ridges of mountains Höhenzüge {pl}

Hunsruck mountains; Hunsrück (low mountain range in Germany) Hunsrück {m} (Mittelgebirge in Deutschland) [geogr.]

Kaiserstuhl (mountains) Kaiserstuhl {m} (Gebirge) [geogr.]

limestone mountains Kalkgebirge {n} [geogr.]

Mandara Mountains Mandaragebirge {n} [geogr.]

lunar mountains; lunar mountain range Mondgebirge {n} [astron.]

the Ozarks; Ozark Mountains; Ozark Plateau Ozark-Plateau {n} [geogr.]

Rothaar Mountains Rothaargebirge {n} [geogr.]

Ruebezahl (spirit of the Sudeten mountains) Rübezahl {m}

woody mountains Waldgebirge {n}

Friends may meet, but mountains never greet. [prov.] Berge kommen nicht zusammen, aber Menschen. [Sprw.]

Faith can move mountains. [prov.] Der Glaube versetzt Berge. [Sprw.]

Andes; Andes mountains Anden {pl} [geogr.]

Apennine Mountains; Apennines Apennin {m}; Apenninen {pl} (selten) [geogr.]

Appalachians; Appalachian mountains Appalachen {pl} [geogr.]

Atlas Mountains Atlasgebirge {n} [geogr.]

Pohorje; Pohorje Mountains Bachergebirge {n}; Bachern {m}; Pohorje {m} [geogr.]

Drakensberg Mountains Drakensberge {pl} [geogr.]

Dominicans Dominikaner {pl}; Dominikanerinnen {pl}

Elbe sandstone mountains Elbsandsteingebirge {n} [geogr.]

Ore Mountains Erzgebirge {n} [geogr.]

Harz Mountains Harz {m} (Gebirge) [geogr.]

Jura Mountains Juragebirge {n}; Jura {m} [geogr.]

the French/Swiss Jura der französische/Schweizer Jura

Carpathian Mountains; Carpathians Karpaten {pl} [geogr.]

Caucasus Mountains; Caucasus Kaukasusgebirge {n}; Kaukasus {m} [geogr.]

Rhenish Slate Mountains Rheinisches Schiefergebirge {n} [geogr.]

Giant Mountains Riesengebirge {n} [geogr.]

Rocky Mountains Rocky Mountains {pl} [geogr.]

Sudety Mountains; Sudetes; Sudeten Sudeten {pl} [geogr.]

Ural Mountains; Urals Uralgebirge {n}; Ural {m} [geogr.]

Vosges Mountains; Vosges Vogesen {pl} [geogr.]

Weser Mountains Weserbergland {n} [geogr.]

Fichtel Mountains (Bavaria, Germany) Fichtelgebirge {n} (Bayern) [geogr.]

whiteman mountains warbler Maskenbuschsänger {m} [ornith.]

fold mountains; folded mountains; fold mountain range; mountain formed by folding Faltengebirge {n} [geol.]

fold/folded mountains; fold mountain ranges [listen] Faltengebirge {pl}

slate mountains Schiefergebirge {n} [geol.]

stable; sturdy; consistent (mountains) [listen] [listen] [listen] standfest {adj} (Gebirge) [geol.]

'The Heirs of the White Mountains' (by Dvorak / work title) 'Die Erben des weißen Berges' (von Dvorak / Werktitel) [mus.]

'Excursion into the Mountains' (by Kafka / work title) 'Der Ausflug ins Gebirge' (von Kafka / Werktitel) [lit.]

mountain of files Aktenberg {m}

mountains of files Aktenberge {pl}

view; vista [poet.] (of sth.) [listen] [listen] Aussicht {f}; Ausblick {m}; Blick {m} (auf etw.) [listen] [listen] [listen]

views; vistas [listen] Aussichten {pl}; Ausblicke {pl}; Blicke {pl}

a room with a view ein Zimmer mit Aussicht

viewless ohne Aussicht

a holiday flat with a view of the sea eine Ferienwohnung mit Meerblick/Meeresblick

an unencumbered view of the ocean from the balcony freier Blick auf das Meer vom Balkon aus

a scenic view of the mountains eine malerische Aussicht auf die Berge

The house has wonderful views over the valley. Das Haus bietet/Vom Haus aus bieten sich wunderbare Ausblicke über das Tal.

mountain [listen] Berg {m} [listen]

mountains [listen] Berge {pl}

sea mountain submariner Berg

to move mountains [fig.] Berge versetzen [übtr.]

to be long gone; to be miles away über alle Berge [übtr.]

trek; tramp (hard walk) [listen] (mühsamer) Marsch {m}; Bergwanderung {f}

treks; tramps Märsche {pl}; Bergwanderungen {pl}

a three-day trek across the mountains ein dreitägiger Marsch über die Berge

gnat; skeeter [Am.] [coll.] [listen] Mücke {f}; Schnake {f} [Mittelostdt.] [Süddt.]; Gelse {f} [Ös.] (Stechmücke) [zool.]

to make a mountain out of a molehill; to make mountains out of molehills [fig.] aus einer Mücke einen Elefanten machen [übtr.]

mountain of debts; pile of debts Schuldenberg {m} [übtr.]

mountains of debts; piles of debts Schuldenberge {pl}

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