scarp

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dikine kesmek
uçurum
bayır
yar
(Askeri) KESİNTİ: Bir kumsal kıyıda veya nehir ağzının her iki yanında, genellikle büyük veya çatlak dalgalar tesiriyle meydana gelen dik yamaç. Kesintiler, çok kere, bir ila iki metre yükseklikte olabilir
heyelan aynası
dikine kes
(fiil) dikine kesmek
fault scarp
kırık basamağı
scarped
dik
scarped
sarp
beach scarp
(Askeri) dik kumsal
fan scarp
yelpaze şevi
fault scarp
fay şevi
İngilizce - İngilizce
the steep artificial slope below a fort's parapet
a cliff at the edge of a plateau or ridge caused by erosion; the steeper side of an escarpment
{n} the slope before a ditch
A line of cliffs produced by faulting or erosion; a relatively straight, clifflike face or slope of considerable linear extent, breaking the general continuity of the land by separating surfaces lying at different levels
The slope of the ditch nearest the parapet; the escarp
1 A cliff, escarpment, or steep slope of some extent formed by a geological fault 2 A cliff or steep slope along the margin of a plateau, mesa, or terrace
The inner slope of the ditch (or moat) that surrounds a fort; the same as the exterior slope
a steep artificial slope in front of a fortification
a long steep slope or cliff at the edge of a plateau or ridge; usually formed by erosion
{f} form a steep slope, form a cliff
A cliff produced by erosion
Surface feature on Mercury believed to be the result of cooling and shrinking of the crust, forming a wrinkle on the face of the planet
Also "escarpment " A steep cliff or steep slope, formed either as a result of faulting or by the erosion of inclined rock strata
To cut down perpendicularly, or nearly so; as, to scarp the face of a ditch or a rock
An almost vertical slope along the beach caused by erosion by wave action It may vary in height from a few cm to several meters, depending on wave action and the nature and composition of the beach
The faces of the fort on the inside of the ditch
A band in the same position as the bend sinister, but only half as broad as the latter
and dip the two slopes of an lescarpment The scarp is usually steep, while the dip slopes gently
An escarpment, cliff, or steep slope of some extent along the margin of a plateau, mesa, terrace, or structural bench A scarp may be of any height
A roughly linear, cliff-like slope or face that breaks the continuity of a surface into distinct levels Scarps are often produced by faulting, especially that which involves a significant amount of dip slip
A line of cliffs produced by faulting or by erosion The term is an abbreviated form of escarpment, and the two terms commonly have the same meaning, although "scary" is more often applied to cliffs formed by faulting
the sloped bank of a stream channel
the steep artificial slope below a forts parapet
inner slope of the ditch
A steep descent or declivity
The outward-facing slope of the ditch below a rampart See Counterscarp
The steep cliff face that is formed by a slump
A line of cliffs produced by faulting or erosion; a relatively straight, cliff-like face or slope of considerable linear extent, breaking the general continuity of the land by separating surfaces lying at different levels
Slope on inner side of ditch
{i} steep cliff caused by erosion or by a major shift in the earth's crust; inner slope of the trench surrounding a fort
To cut or make into an escarpment. a line of natural cliffs (scarpa)
A line of cliffs produced erosion or by the action of faults
fault scarp
A step-like feature formed by the slippage of a short section of the surface along a fault line
scarp