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cañada ‎(plural cañadas)

  1. (US, dialect) A small canyon; a narrow valley or glen.
    • 1885, W.H.Hudson, The Purple Land
      In the cañada we stopped to water our horses, and there heard that the enemy were advancing along it at a rapid pace, evidently hoping to cut off our supposed retreat towards the Cuchilla.

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From the Latin canna

NounEdit

cañada f ‎(plural cañadas)

  1. ravine
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