- Aleutian Islands
- isl. group, SW of Alaska Peninsula.
Webster's Gazetteer. 2013.
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Aleutian Islands — chain of islands extending c. 1,200 mi (1,931 km) southwest from the tip of the Alaska Peninsula: constituting, with the W half of the Alaska Peninsula, a district of Alas.: 15,501 sq mi (40,147 sq km); pop. 8,200: also Aleutians … English World dictionary
Aleutian Islands — Infobox Islands name = Aleutian Islands image caption = image size = locator map custom = no native name = native name link = nickname = location = Pacific Ocean coordinates = archipelago = total islands = >300 major islands = Unalaska Island… … Wikipedia
Aleutian Islands — an archipelago extending SW from the Alaska Peninsula: part of Alaska. Also called Aleutians. * * * Chain of small islands, Alaska, U.S. They form a border of the Bering Sea, extending in an arc about 1,100 mi (1,800 km) west from the tip of the… … Universalium
Aleutian Islands — Sp Aleùtų sãlos Ap Aleutian Islands Sp Aleùtai Ap Aleutians L Š Ramiajame vand., JAV (Aliaska) … Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė
Aleutian Islands — geographical name islands SW Alaska extending in an arc 1700 miles (2735 kilometers) SW & W from Alaska Peninsula see Andreanof Islands, Fox Islands, Near Islands, Rat Islands … New Collegiate Dictionary
Aleutian Islands — noun /æliːuːʃən ɑɪlændz/ An archipelago of more than 300 small volcanic islands forming an island arc in the Northern Pacific Ocean, between Alaska and the Kamchatka Peninsula of Asia. They are part of the United States. Syn … Wiktionary
Aleutian Islands — A|leu|tian Is|lands a group of islands off the southwest coast of Alaska … Dictionary of contemporary English
Aleutian Islands — chain of approximately 200 small volcanic islands that extend over a thousand miles westward from the tip of the Alaska Peninsula … English contemporary dictionary
Aleutian Islands — Alaska … Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors
Aleutian Islands — Aleu′tian Is′lands n. pl. geg an archipelago extending SW from the Alaska Peninsula: part of Alaska … From formal English to slang