barranca

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Spanish barranca

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barranca (plural barrancas)

  1. A steep-sided gulch or arroyo; a canyon or ravine.
    • 1994, Gordon Bowker - Pursued by Furies: A Life of Malcolm Lowry
      ...his hero, the Consul, is shot and thrown down the barranca followed by a dead dog.

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Spanish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /baˈranka/, [baˈrãŋ.ka]

Noun[edit]

barranca f (plural barrancas)

  1. canyon, ravine, barranca
    Synonyms: barranco, quiebra, quebrada

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