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Shan British & World English

A member of a people living mainly in northern Burma (Myanmar) and adjacent parts of southern China

Tien Shan British & World English

A range of mountains lying to the north of the Tarim Basin in the Xinjiang autonomous region and eastern Kyrgyzstan. Extending for about 2,500 km (1,500 miles), it rises to 7,439 m (24,406 ft) at Pik Pobedy

Chung-shan British & World English

variant of Zhongshan.

Kunlun Shan British & World English

A range of mountains in western China, on the northern edge of the Tibetan plateau, extending eastwards for over 1,600 km (1,000 miles) from the Pamir Mountains. Its highest peak is Muztag, which rises to 7,723 m (25,338 ft)

Tai Yue Shan British & World English

Chinese name for Lantau.

Tian Shan in Tien Shan British & World English

A range of mountains lying to the north of the Tarim Basin in the Xinjiang autonomous region and eastern Kyrgyzstan. Extending for about 2,500 km (1,500 miles), it rises to 7,439 m (24,406 ft) at Pik Pobedy

Zhongshan British & World English

A city in Guangdong province, SE China; population 721,100 (est. 2006)

Chung-shan in Zhongshan British & World English

A city in Guangdong province, SE China; population 721,100 (est. 2006)

Jenny, pick up your toys — shan't! in shall English-Spanish

Jenny, recoge los juguetes — ¡no quiero!