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Hey, can anybody tell me what
"Names of mountains vary" mean? I'm german and have no clue what it can mean..

  • English -

    It's a strange sentence. But it literally means that there can be many names for mountains.

    Where did you see this sentence?

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    in a grammar book.
    It's a bullet point I think. So not a real sentences.

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