Definición de prairie en inglés:

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prairie

Pronunciación: /ˈprɛːri/

sustantivo

1A large open area of grassland, especially in North America.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • With these they are able to dramatise plains, prairies, steppes and meadows.
  • In 1708, the area around their towns consisted of open oak woodlands, savannas, and prairies.
  • Limestone prairie habitat in Pennsylvania is seriously threatened.
2 (Prairie) [often as modifier] A steam locomotive of 2-6-2 wheel arrangement.

Origen

Late 18th century: from French, from Old French praerie, from Latin pratum 'meadow'.

Más
  • This is an adoption of a French word, formed from Latin pratum ‘meadow’.

Palabras que riman con prairie

airy, Azeri, canary, carabinieri, Carey, Cary, chary, clary, contrary, dairy, Dari, faerie, glairy, glary, Guarneri, hairy, lairy, miserere, nary, Nyerere, Salieri, scary, Tipperary, vary, wary

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Saltos de línea: prairie

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