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TOG Y4 W1 Terms

Bay a part of a sea or large lake that extends into the land
Canal a waterway dug through land in order for small ships or boats to pass
Cliff a high, steep slope or drop-off of land or rock
Delta a deposit of earth and sand at the mouth of a river, usually in a triangular shape
Island land that is surrounded by water on all sides (usually the tip of an underwater mountain)
Mountain Range a row of connected mountains
Peninsula a piece of land extending far out into a body of water; land that is surrounded by water on three sides
Plateau a large plain high above the surrounding ground
Sea a large, salty body of water
Summit the highest point of a mountain or hill; the top
Archipelago a chain or group of islands
Arroyo the dry bed of a stream
Cataract a large waterfall, or a part of a river that rushes quickly, usually because of rocks below the surface
Estuary a broad mouth of a river into which the tide flowas, where fresh and salt water mingle
Fiord (fjord) a long, narrow bay surrounded by steep cliffs
Isthmus a narrow strip of land, with water on two sides, that connects two larger bodies of land
Mesa a small, high plateau with a flat top and steep, rocky sides
Piedmont the area of land lying at the foot of a mountain range
Reservoir a place that collects and stores water, often a large lake created by damming a river
Strait a narrow strip of water that connects two larger bodies of water
Tributary a river that runs into another larger river
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