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gorge

noun uk   /ɡɔːdʒ/  us   /ɡɔːrdʒ/

gorge noun (VALLEY)

[C] a deep narrow valley with steep sides, usually formed by a river or stream cutting through hard rock

gorge noun (ANGER)

make someone's gorge rise to make someone feel shocked and angry

gorge

verb [I or T] uk   /ɡɔːdʒ/  us   /ɡɔːrdʒ/
to eat until you are unable to eat any more: If you gorge yourself on snacks like that, you won't eat your dinner.
Translations of “gorge”
in Arabic مَمرّ ضَيّق…
in Korean 협곡…
in Malaysian gaung…
in French gorge…
in Turkish dik yamaçlı geçit, dar vadi…
in Italian gola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 山谷, (通常指河流沖刷而成的)峽,峽穀…
in Russian узкое ущелье…
in Polish wąwóz…
in Vietnamese hẻm núi…
in Spanish desfiladero, barranco…
in Portuguese garganta, ravina…
in Thai ช่องเขา…
in German die Felsschlucht…
in Catalan congost…
in Japanese (切り立った岩場の)渓谷…
in Indonesian jurang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 山谷, (通常指河流冲刷而成的)峡,峡谷…
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