Translation of mudslide in Spanish:


alud de barro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmədˌslaɪd//ˈmʌdslʌɪd/


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    alud de barro masculine
    • There were always small rockslides or mudslides happening there.
    • So far, 2,426 homes have been destroyed in the mudslides, many built precariously in hillside shantytowns.
    • Effective techniques of fighting the enemy in the mountains are induced rockfalls, avalanches, glacier movements and mudslides.
    • She explained how her parents' house almost floated out to sea in the recent rainstorms and mudslides.
    • Flooding, mudslides and fallen trees cut several main highways into Wellington to a single lane in places, snarling commuter traffic and forcing it to a crawl, he said.
    • In the northern Cascade Mountains the supposedly dormant volcano Mount Baker periodically oozes clouds of steam over its summit and stains its icy slopes with mudslides.
    • The unlined portion of the tunnel had caved in under the debris of a mudslide on Monday night, burying many workers alive and injuring others.
    • They don't deserve mudslides or earthquakes or crooked dictatorships or AIDS or a whole host of things that afflict them that you and I cannot stop, either.
    • Dozens of villagers were killed by mudslides on the slopes of the mountain, which rumbled back to life in July, government officials said.
    • Torrential is rain still falling, triggering mudslides in Austria.
    • They are giving up efforts to dig out bodies and declaring entire communities mass graveyards after killer mudslides in Guatemala last Wednesday.
    • Sporadic systems are those that produce avalanches, earthquakes, mudslides, volcanic eruptions and such like.
    • There have been more mudslides and landslides leading to deaths.
    • Residents in remote mountain villages must stay alert to landslides, mudslides, tumbling rocks, any river rising and flooding, the bureau warned.
    • Most victims were crushed by falling buildings or buried by mudslides but four people died of heart attacks after the tremors on Wednesday, officials said.
    • Aboriginal people said that they still can't escape from nightmares relating to earthquakes, mudslides and collapsed land.
    • Its first priority is to identify where permafrost is present and where mudslides and rockfalls are likely as it melts under the effect of global warming.
    • The mudslides were set off on Christmas Day after a downpour fell on hillsides that had been stripped of vegetation by wildfires in October and November.
    • Torrential rain caused severe flooding and triggered at least 93 mudslides and landslides.
    • Aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger mudslides on mountain slopes where the quake has uprooted forests, loosened topsoil or created barrier lakes.