barranca definition

  • noun:
    • Southwestern U.S. A deep ravine or gorge.
    • Southwestern U.S. A bluff.
    • A steep-sided gulch or arroyo; a canyon or ravine.
    • A ravine caused by hefty rains or a watercourse.
    • a-deep ravine, mountain-gorge, or defile: a word commonly used by article writers on Mexican and Southern United states geography and travel.
    • Southwestern U.S. A deep ravine or gorge.
    • Southwestern U.S. A bluff.
    • A steep-sided gulch or arroyo; a canyon or ravine.
    • A ravine due to heavy rains or a watercourse.
    • A deep ravine, mountain-gorge, or defile: a word frequently used by article writers on Mexican and South United states geography and vacation.

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