Translation of gulch in Spanish:


barranco, n.

Pronunciation /ɡəltʃ//ɡʌltʃ/


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    barranco masculine
    • Here was that infamous swath of dry terrain that encompasses both prairie flats and jagged gulches as it stretches through the westernmost reaches of Nebraska and the Dakotas.
    • Panning gold in the gulches, poaching deer and other game, rounding up wild horses and mules for the packing plant, growing vegetables, cutting firewood, and bootlegging whiskey-all were honorable occupations during such hard times.
    • The town of Deadwood is cradled in a narrow gulch between pine-covered bluffs in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
    • The irregular houses were like the broken exteriors of cliffs lining deep gulches and winding streams.
    • Gold seekers, speculators, freighters, merchants, and stockmen flooded the valleys, gulches, and creeks near the Continental Divide.
    • After a while, we crossed a dry gulch, Horse Creek, and turned off into a patch of Grasslands the Forest Service proposes to keep roadless.
    • Timber on the mountainsides here grows in vertical stripes on the flanks between gulches where avalanches scour everything but the most flexible willows and young trees.
    • Painters settled along the Arroyo Seco, the picturesque gulch on the city's west side.
    • And it's entirely possible somebody dropped a cigarette at the bottom of the gulch here.
    • We walked on until we had a commanding view of the upper gulch and the crosses strung out in a long line.
    • The day of the fire the thermometer reached a record ninety-seven degrees in Helena; it surely topped that in the narrow confines of the gulch about twenty-five miles to the north.
    • To be sure, there were times when lynch mobs operated in isolated mining camps, in out-of-the-way gulches, or on sparsely-settled ranchlands.
    • An impressive mill was built on the lower slope of the mountain near the foot of the gulch.
    • Alder Gulch, discovered in May 1863, rendered prodigious amounts of placer gold-arguably the most ever extracted from a single gulch.
    • Hordes of ladybugs which commonly swarm along gulches of the Falls Trail in winter are not yet evident.
    • The main drag is a gulch - the town's original name was Deadwood Gulch - that was much widened during an 1870s gold rush into a classic gunfighter main street lined with gambling saloons.
    • Whiling away an afternoon at the beach, a vacation spent exploring creeks and gulches, or even an hour spent climbing a tree, teaches a child about his or her place in the world.
    • Other locations are the dark forests, deep gulches, old mines, bunkers and medieval strongholds.
    • The axis was revolving to show gorse gullies, rocky gulches and biscuit-coloured eroded clay crusts.