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CEFR C2 Vocabulary - Natural Environment

Here you will learn all the essential words for talking about Natural Environment, collected specifically for level C2 learners.

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CEFR C2 Vocabulary
escarpment
[noun]
a steep, high slope or cliff formed by erosion
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strait
[noun]
a narrow passage of water connecting two larger bodies of water, often linking two seas or an inlet with a larger expanse of water
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glacier
[noun]
a large mass of ice that forms over long periods of time, especially in polar regions or high mountains
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savannah
[noun]
an expansive flat land covered in grass, scattered with trees, and found in tropical or subtropical areas
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meridian
[noun]
one of the imaginary lines between the North Pole and the South Pole, drawn on maps to help pinpoint a location
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topography
[noun]
the arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features of an area, including elevation, slope, landforms, and bodies of water
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atoll
[noun]
a circular coral reef with a lagoon in the middle
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creek
[noun]
a narrow, shallow watercourse, often flowing through a confined natural channel
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tributary
[noun]
a watercourse that flows into a larger river or body of water
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butte
[noun]
a hill with steep, flat sides and a flat top, often found in desert areas
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cataract
[noun]
a large waterfall where water rushes forcefully over a height
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fjord
[noun]
a steep, deep, and narrow sea inlet surrounded by tall cliffs, created by a glacier
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geyser
[noun]
a natural hot spring that periodically erupts with a column of boiling water and steam due to underground volcanic activity
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isthmus
[noun]
a narrow piece of land with water on each side that connects two larger areas
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lagoon
[noun]
a shallow body of water separated from a larger body of water, often by a barrier island, coral reef, or sandbar
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precipice
[noun]
a steep cliff or edge of a rock face, often with a significant drop
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knoll
[noun]
a small, rounded hill or mound, often found in a grassy or wooded area
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terrain
[noun]
an area of land, particularly in reference to its physical or natural features
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boulder
[noun]
a large rock, usually one that has been shaped by natural forces such as water or ice
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shingle
[noun]
a beach or shoreline covered with small, smooth, rounded stones or pebbles, typically found along coasts or riverbanks
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cape
[noun]
a large, pointed piece of land that extends into a sea, ocean, or other large body of water
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