(also nala /ˈnɑːlə/)
A watercourse, riverbed, or ravine.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Temporary bunds on nullahs, rivulets or small rivers erected by using empty cement bags, popularly known as Vanarai Bunds, have proved most effective.
- The threat of flash floods loomed large over the people living along the Sutlej river with the formation of a huge lake in Tibet, upstream Lapcha in the Parchu nullah, a tributary of the Spiti rivers.
- Two persons were killed when the truck they were travelling in rolled down into a nullah near Nakro last night.
late 18th century: from Hindi nālā.
Definición de nullah en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.