Definition of white cliffs in English:

white cliffs

noun

  • Treated as plural. Chalk cliffs, specifically those of Dover, regarded as a symbol of Great Britain.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Osbern Bokenham (c1393–c1464), poet and Augustinian friar. From white + the plural of cliff.

Pronunciation

white cliffs

/ˌwʌɪt ˈklɪfs/