Definition of Nullarbor Plain in English:

Nullarbor Plain

Line breaks: Null|ar¦bor Plain
Pronunciation: /ˈnʌləbɔː
 
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A vast arid plain in SW Australia, stretching inland from the Great Australian Bight. It contains no surface water, has sparse vegetation, and is almost uninhabited.

Origin

Nullarbor from Latin nullus arbor 'no tree'.

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