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transmontane

Syllabification: trans·mon·tane
Pronunciation: /transˈmänˌtān, tranz-
 
/

Definition of transmontane in English:

adjective

Another term for tramontane.
Example sentences
  • A burgeoning industry in reproductive prints during the previous decades allowed artists north of the Alps to gain exposure to transmontane developments even if they never made the pilgrimage.
  • Open chaparral, often a transmontane desert phase, is the preferred U.S. habitat of this herbaceous perennial.
  • The need for securing transmontane water for use on Colorado's eastern slope became evident during the latter nineteenth century.

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