Definition of Qattara Depression in English:

Qattara Depression

Syllabification: Qat·ta·ra De·pres·sion
Pronunciation: /käˌtärə dəˈpreSH(ə)n/
An extensive, low-lying, and largely impassable area of desert in northeastern Africa, west of Cairo, that is 436 feet (133 m) below sea level.

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