Terrain

usgb/təˈreɪn/Volume
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Literal GroundPlay
When 'terrain' is used, it refers to real physical land or ground. SlideVehicles need to be equipped for snow-covered terrain.
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Descriptive DetailPlay
Use 'terrain' to describe physical features when mentioning a specific location. SlideThe coastal terrain here is dotted with lighthouses.
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Beyond AppearancePlay
'Terrain' includes not just how land looks, but also its conditions and qualities. SlideThe marshy terrain attracted a variety of birds.