Definition of dry wash in English:

dry wash

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noun

US
The dry bed of an intermittent stream.
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  • Most fairways wiggle down a canyon or across a dry wash, and most greens are tucked beneath buttes, with boulders balancing high above.
  • Sun and shade, bogs and dry washes, slopes and valleys - all present different challenges.
  • No matter what you do, a canyon wall, for instance, isn't going to help you, but the dry wash at the bottom might.

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