Translation of gully in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural -lies)
- 1.1 (small valley) barranco (masculine)Example sentences1.2 (channel) surco (masculine), cauce (masculine)
- The tidal bore comes in faster than a galloping horse, but first wilful surging water fills gullies and gaping holes left by the last ebbing tide.
- The Saharan winds were blowing sand onto fertile hillsides, and when it rained the water was cutting gullies through the rich alluvial soil along the wadi.
- These low water gullies can be classic fish-holding areas.
- You can also see gullies and huge channels of water draining from the city and then running back into the sea.
- They then got trapped in the sand next to the Lancaster channel - one of four deep gullies that criss-cross the area.
- Now a review of the city's cleaning of gullies, gutters, footpaths and back lanes in terraced streets has prompted commercial services officers to study the issue.
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