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terra firma

División en sílabas: ter·ra fir·ma
Pronunciación: /ˌterə ˈfərmə
 
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Definición de terra firma en inglés:

sustantivo

Dry land; the ground as distinct from the sea or air.
Example sentences
  • Illustrated with pictures from space as well as a few taken on terra firma it deals with all aspects of weather both devastating and wonderful.
  • As he and Luke came in for a perfect cornfield landing, I ran over to welcome them back to terra firma.
  • With the use of a winch and a small farm tractor or other large vehicle, the tower can be safely lowered to the ground and wind plant checks can be performed on terra firma.

Origen

early 17th century (denoting the territories on the Italian mainland that were subject to the state of Venice): from Latin, literally 'firm land'.

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