In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1barranco masculinequebrada femininecajón masculine Chile
- They sit beside every road junction, crown every hilltop, lie deep in the bottom of the island's wildest ravines.
- Steep hills, mountains, and ravines with narrow areas of flat terrain characterize the interior.
- However, the gorges and ravines were breathtaking.
- Glaciers from this great mass of ice extend through mountain valleys and ravines to reach coastline fjords at many points.
- It can be detected in the deep boulder-strewn ravines that cut across the moors.
- As they crested the hill, Paragon saw that this side of the ravine was not so steep.
- Washington in this area is quite hilly and Rock Creek Park has some very steep ravines.
- More-over it is divided by long traces of waterfall and steep ravines and there are slithery slopes of shale.
- I can hide from the patrols, using ravines and deep gorges.
- Its capital is the pretty little city, also called Luxembourg, which is surrounded on three sides by ravines.
- From the volcanoes, scores of streams race through the jungle down deep ravines.
- You can hike ravines like Emma Gorge, arriving at a circular pool fed by waters plunging over a high cliff.
- When no gunshots followed, he continued to roll down the side of a ravine towards the swollen river below.
- The area where the accident happened is a narrow ravine behind Buckden village where there are a number of waterfalls.
- The island is crumpled by mountains and creased by deep ravines just begging to be explored.
- Within the space of a few minutes, I was at the river edge in the bottom of a deep ravine.
- Some of the cracks were small, yet some were very large, like a ravine or a gorge.
- On either side of the mountains, there were ravines.
- But the holes soon become bracketed by trees and tumble down side slopes, across ravines and up hills.
- The plane had skidded into a ravine in a wooded area off Highway 401, the busiest freeway in Canada.
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