null-arbor plain

Nullarbor Plain

[nuhl-er-bawr, nuhl-ahr-ber]
noun
a treeless, semiarid area of S Australia, contiguous to the Great Australian Bight.

Origin:
< Latin nullus ‘no, none’ + arbor ‘tree’

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Nullarbor Plain (ˈnʌləˌbɔː)
 
n
a vast low plateau of S Australia: extends north from the Great Australian Bight to the Great Victoria Desert; has no surface water or trees. Area: 260 000 sq km (100 000 sq miles)

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