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noun [C] (LAND)
土地
 
 
/pleɪn/ ( also plains [plural])
a large area of flat land
平原
the coastal plain
海边的平原
High mountains rise above the plain.
高山从平原拔地而起。
Deserts, prairies and wildernesses
Translations of “plain”
in Arabic أرْض مُنْبَسِطة, سَهْل…
in Korean 평원…
in Malaysian sekali belit…
in French maille à l’endroit…
in Turkish ova…
in Italian pianura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 土地, 平原…
in Russian равнина…
in Polish równina…
in Vietnamese mũi đan trơn…
in Spanish punto del derecho…
in Portuguese planície…
in Thai ลายถักนิตติ้ง…
in German der Flachstich…
in Catalan plana…
in Japanese 平原, 平野…
in Indonesian setik rajutan…
(Definition of plain noun (LAND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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