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Scottish a mountain. Ben is also used in names of mountains, for example ‘Ben Nevis’.
British a large area of high land covered with grass, bushes, and heather, with soil that is not good for growing crops
British a large area of high land covered with grass, bushes, and heather. This can also be called moorlands.
a mountain: used in names
the highest mountain in the world, in the range of mountains called the Himalayas on the north-east border of Nepal. It is often simply called Everest.
the tall white cliffs along the coast of southern England near Dover. They are often the first thing that people see when they arrive in England by boat from continental Europe.
a marketing strategy which deceives people by trying to suggest that a business is motivated by principles of sharing rather than conventional profitsBuzzWord Article
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