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English definition of “landslide”

landslide

noun [C] uk   /ˈlænd.slaɪd/ us  

landslide noun [C] (FALLING EARTH)

(also landslip) a mass of rock and earth moving suddenly and quickly down a steep slope

landslide noun [C] (VICTORY)

the winning of an election with an extremely large number of votes: The opinion polls are predicting a Labour landslide in next week's election. a landslide victory
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