Definición de bushveld en inglés:

bushveld

Saltos de línea: bush|veld
Pronunciación: /ˈbʊʃfɛlt
 
, -vɛlt/

sustantivo

(the Bushveld)
  • 1A region in the hot dry north-east of South Africa and adjoining countries.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The children were mesmerised with how unique, in the context of world resorts, this one in the Bushveld of South Africa's north-west province was.
    • The Bushveld, the Great Dyke, and Tellnes are places where such deposits are exploited.
    • Later, in 1937, he also discovered and developed huge chrome deposits associated with the platinum ore at Wintersveld in the Bushveld.
  • 1.1 [mass noun] The type of vegetation of the Bushveld, dominated by low-growing thorn trees and bush.
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    • A tough palate and lots of viscous saliva enables giraffes to digest acacia thorns with ease, hence their wide distribution in savannah and thick bushveld in sub-Sahara Africa.
    • Scott said the industry had picked up in the past 10 years in the province, which boasts different habitats, from rain forest to valley bushveld.
    • The trees are tall, the gardens are beautiful, and the atmosphere feels almost bushveld, with the surrounding suburbs not always visible.

Origen

late 19th century: from bush1 + veld, influenced by Afrikaans bosveld.

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