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desert

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈdez.ət/ US  /-ɚt/
an area, often covered with sand or rocks, where there is very little rain and not many plants
沙漠,荒漠
They were lost in the desert for nine days.
他们在沙漠里迷路已经有9天了。
We had to cross a large area of arid, featureless desert.
我们必须穿越一大片干燥荒芜的沙漠。
the desert sun
沙漠里的太阳
Deserts, prairies and wildernesses
cultural/intellectual, etc. desert disapproving a place that is considered to have no cultural, intellectual, etc. quality or interest
文化沙漠等
This town is a cultural/intellectual desert.
这个城镇是一片文化沙漠。
Unpleasant placesPlaces and locations
Translations of “desert”
in Arabic صَحْراء…
in Korean 사막…
in Malaysian padang pasir…
in French désert, désertique…
in Turkish çöl…
in Italian deserto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 沙漠,荒漠…
in Russian пустыня…
in Polish pustynia…
in Vietnamese sa mạc…
in Spanish desierto…
in Portuguese deserto…
in Thai ทะเลทราย…
in German die Wüste…
in Catalan desert…
in Japanese 砂漠…
in Indonesian gurun…
(Definition of desert noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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