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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A natural disaster that involves the breakup and downhill flow of rock, mud, water and anything caught in the path
A vote won by a wide or overwhelming majority

The candidate won by a landslide.

an overwhelming electoral victory; "Roosevelt defeated Hoover in a landslide"
The downslope movement of soil and/or rock
A mass of material that has slipped downhill under the influence of gravity, frequently occurring when the material is saturated with water
{f} fall, slide down (of a mass of dirt and rocks); win an election by a large majority
A landslide is a victory in an election in which a person or political party gets far more votes or seats than their opponents. He won last month's presidential election by a landslide The NLD won a landslide victory in the elections five months ago
A general term for relatively rapid types of mass movement, such as debris flows, debris slides, rock slides, and slumps
a mass of loose rock and soil that slides down a steep slope
The movement of earth, rocks and debris which have been loosened by water, or weathering, down a mountain or hill; the movement may be instantaneous as down a steep mountain, or slow as in the case of large masses ,of mud moving down a gentle slope
Movement of rock, soil and organic materials down a slope
The slipping down of a mass of land from a mountain, hill, etc
The downslope movement of rock and soil under the influence of gravity
Of an election or vote, won by a large majority
a general term used to describe the down-slope movement of soil, rock and organic materials under the influence of gravity It also describes the landform that results
a slide of a large mass of dirt and rock down a mountain or cliff an overwhelming electoral victory; "Roosevelt defeated Hoover in a landslide
A landslide is a large amount of earth and rocks falling down a cliff or the side of a mountain. The storm caused landslides and flooding in Savona
The land which slips down
A mass of loosened rocks or earth that slides down a slope or hillside
a slide of a large mass of dirt and rock down a mountain or cliff
A sudden or creeping movement of earth downslope
A general term for a mass movement landform and a process characterized by moderately rapid to rapid (greater than 30 cm per year) downslope transport, by means of gravitational stresses, of a mass of rock and regolith that may or may not be water saturated
Downslope movement of a relatively dry or coherent mass of earth and/or rock along an interior surface slope at a rate fast enough to be readily perceived Movement of a wet mass is called a mudslide
{i} falling of a mass of earth and rocks; collapse of a hillside; great victory; winning of an election by a large majority
unstable earth that flows downward LAVA molten material that is erupted from a volcano LIQUID a substance that flows
The downhill movement of a mass of soil or rock, usually wet or saturated, that results in episodic erosion (Sometimes simply referred to as "slide," but also including falling or flowing masses as well )
An abrupt movement of soil and bedrock downhill in response to gravity Landslides can be triggered by an earthquake or other natural causes Undersea landslides can cause tsunamis
A rapid sliding of rock and soil on a steep mountain slope
landslide victories
plural form of landslide victory
landslide victory
an overwhelming victory in an election

Nixon capitalized on this changing tide of voting behaviour, and hence won a landslide victory in the 1972 election.