Definition of Terrain. Meaning of Terrain. Synonyms of Terrain

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Souterrain
Souterrain Sou"ter*rain, n. [F. See Subterranean.] A grotto or cavern under ground. [Obs.] --Arbuthnot.

Meaning of Terrain from wikipedia

- hypsometry studies terrain relative to sea level. The Latin word terra (the root of terrain) means "earth." In physical geography, terrain is the lay of the...
- The GMC Terrain is a crossover SUV by American manufacturer General Motors under its sub-brand GMC. The Terrain was built on GM's Theta platform, like...
- Urban terrain is a military term for the representation of the urban environment within the context of urban warfare. Urban terrain includes buildings...
- An all-terrain vehicle (ATV), also known as a quad (cycle), three-wheeler, four-track, four-wheeler, motorized quadracycle or quadricycle, as defined...
- Terrain visualization may refer to: Terrain rendering Terrain cartography...
- The terrainability of a machine or robot is defined as its ability to negotiate terrain irregularities. Terrainability is a term coined in the research...
- A draw (US) or re-entrant (international) is a terrain feature formed by two parallel ridges or spurs with low ground in between them. The area of low...
- All Terrain Walkers are armoured fighting vehicles from the Star Wars universe that traverse the landscape on mechanical legs. They are used by the Old...
- A terrain park is an outdoor recreation area containing terrain that allows skiers, snowboarders and snowbikers to perform tricks. Terrain parks have their...
- The biological terrain ****essment or BTA is a set of tests used to measure the pH, resistivity, and redox of a person's urine, blood, and saliva. The...
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