Definition of Khyber Pass in English:

Khyber Pass

Syllabification: Khy·ber Pass
Pronunciation: /ˌkībər ˈpas
 
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A mountain pass in the Hindu Kush, on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan, at a height of 3,520 feet (1,067 m). It was for long of great commercial and strategic importance, the route by which successive invaders entered India, and it was garrisoned by the British intermittently between 1839 and 1947.

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