Translation of crevice in Spanish:

crevice

grieta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkrɛvɪs//ˈkrɛvəs/

noun

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    grieta feminine
    • The enclosures have to be enriched with trees, dens, small caves and crevices for animals to hide when they choose to.
    • As its top cooled and contracted, it developed narrow crevices more than fifty feet deep.
    • Several other soldiers started firing, forcing the mercenaries to take cover in the small crevices in the wall.
    • Beneath the cliffs at a depth of 20m or so, huge boulders are piled high, separated by narrow crevices and tunnels.
    • A mile or two off the trail they found shelter in a crevice in the rock, deep and high enough to take the horses.
    • Some lead to caves hidden away in crevices or under jagged overhangs.
    • The figure is formed by shadows of rocks when the sun penetrates the cave trough openings and crevices.
    • This particular species has very long claws and is commonly found peering out of silty crevices in Scottish waters.
    • They lead an active life during the day and sleep at night, often hiding in caves or rock crevices.
    • The carriage was moving, bumping unsteadily over rocks and crevices in the path.
    • Certain plants are ideal for growing in the crevices of a wall and will help to soften the harsh texture of the stonework.
    • I had memorized all the cracks and crevices in the ceiling, including the shadows they cast.
    • At her urging, I used my finger to make sure all the crevices and openings were well washed.
    • The nest is built in a burrow under a tree root or rock, in a cave, or in a rock crevice.
    • Both male and female build the nest, which is usually in a hole or crevice in the rocks.
    • They do not dig burrows, but usually reside in hollow trees or rock crevices.
    • It is a solitary creature, living in a crevice in the rocks or in a house fashioned for itself from an old pot or tyre or other piece of debris on the sea floor.
    • Conger eels and lobsters hide out in crevices and holes at the base of the wall.
    • She pointed to a crevice in the wall of the mountain surrounding the vulture resting place.
    • A lack of legs helps them fit into tight gaps and crevices and down narrow holes.