Definition of Matterhorn in English:

Matterhorn

Line breaks: Mat¦ter|horn
Pronunciation: /ˈmatəhɔːn
 
, ˈmatɐˌhɔrn/
A mountain in the Alps, on the border between Switzerland and Italy. Rising to 4,477 m (14,688 ft), it was first climbed in 1865 by the English mountaineer Edward Whymper. French name Mont Cervin; Italian name Monte Cervino.

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