- 1.1 (boggy area)llanura (feminine) anegadiza1.2 (high exposed area)(especially British English)
páramo (masculine)(covered with heather) brezal (masculine)Example sentences
- This wide extent of habitats includes upland moors, grassy or boggy open areas in forests and damp grasslands and traditionally managed hayfields particularly in river valleys.
- I was dreaming of gardens of primrose and moors covered with heather and cottages with honeysuckle over the door.
- Its landscape of mountains, rugged cliffs, lakes, moors, beaches and bays are ideal for a week's swimming, canoeing, boating, fishing and walking.
- Example sentences
- He sees a market for Americans to moor their boats in Mexico year round as well as transient boaters.
- Similar licences were granted to a number of individual owners to place moorings and to moor boats at various locations in the same general area.
- There is enough space at the venue for 550 limousines, quay space to moor yachts and a heli-pad nearby.
- moro, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)Example sentences
- Spain does not deny its occupation by the Muslim Moors.
- His dynastic heritage was firmly based on the intolerant expulsion of both the Jews and the Moors from Spain in 1492.
- When the Moors conquered most of the known world in the eighth century, they used a special technique to aid their cause.
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