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vegetated

Line breaks: vege|tated
Pronunciation: /ˈvɛdʒəteɪtɪd
 
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Definition of vegetated in English:

adjective

Covered with vegetation or plant life: densely vegetated wetlands
More example sentences
  • The replacement of vegetated areas with concrete cover in high-density urban areas has a number of environmental drawbacks.
  • Numerous river channels in the great southern delta were diverted again and again creating ever-increasing land masses and vegetated marshes interspersed with myriads of channels, potholes, and shallow lakes.
  • Desert dunes shift as winds pick up sand grains and dump them elsewhere, potentially turning vegetated land into desert.

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