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heathnoun [C]

uk   /hiːθ/ us   /hiːθ/
an area of land that is not used for growing crops, where grass and other small plants grow, but where there are few trees or bushes
(Definition of heath from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 荒野…
in Turkish çayırlık, fundalık, çalılık…
in Russian пустошь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 荒野…
in Polish wrzosowisko…
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