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A mountain stream or ravine in South America.
ravine, canyon, gully, pass, defile, couloir, deep narrow valleyView synonyms
- ‘This site is in a quebrada that ends in the NE side of the Nasca Valley.’
- ‘The principal landing is near the western end, in front of a quebrada.’
- ‘Cars must come to a crawl to get past this quebrada.’
- ‘It includes quebradas and dry mountain sides, between 2000 and 3400m above sea level, although in some regions the heights can be remarkably lower.’
Spanish, feminine past participle of quebrar to break.
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