[ in-ter-floov ]
/ ˈɪn tərˌfluv /
the land area separating adjacent stream valleys.
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Origin of interfluve
OTHER WORDS FROM interfluvein·ter·flu·vi·al, adjective
Words nearby interfluve
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British Dictionary definitions for interfluve
/ (ˈɪntəˌfluːv) /
a ridge or area of land dividing two river valleys
Derived forms of interfluveinterfluvial, adjective
Word Origin for interfluve
C20: back formation from interfluvial, from inter- + Latin fluvius river
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Scientific definitions for interfluve
[ ĭn′tər-flōōv′ ]
The region of higher land between two rivers that are in the same drainage system.
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