moonscape


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moon·scape

 (mo͞on′skāp′)
n.
1. A view or picture of the surface of the moon. Also called lunarscape.
2. A desolate landscape.

moonscape

(ˈmuːnˌskeɪp)
n
(Astronomy) the general surface of the moon or a representation of it

moon•scape

(ˈmunˌskeɪp)

n.
1. the general appearance of the surface of the moon.
2. an artistic representation of this.
3. a desolate land area.
[1925–30; moon + (land) scape]
Translations

moonscape

[ˈmuːnˌskeɪp] Npaisaje m lunar
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Infrastructure is crumbling with some road surfaces looking like a moonscape.
The crystalline waters give a good view of the moonscape beneath which tumbles off to invisible depths.
I fear for my elderly geldings who get so depressed standing on that frozen moonscape with their achy old-man legs that they sometimes stop eating, stop taking the short walk to the trough.
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MOONSCAPE Beinn a'Chaolais and Aonach-bheinn (Paps of Jura) in winter, across the Abhainn Mhor
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In a single day at the Battle of the Somme in 1916, 100,000 British troops plodded across a cratered moonscape into steady machinegun volleys from German trenches.
Slag and waste from Palmer's shipyard and iron works in Jarrow was dumped here, turning the land into a virtual moonscape.
I can, however, see the advantage of surfing the web to visit faraway places - the Taj Mahal, whale watching off the coast of Oregon, gazing at the moonscape of Iceland, relaxing while watching bathing beauties on a sun-kissed beach, enjoying the craic in a Dublin bar.
ON a moonscape mountain in Provence, Chris Froome paid the perfect tribute to Britain's tragic Tour de France martyr.
He looked ahead at the post-apocalyptic moonscape of Liverpool shimmering on the horizon in the infernal heat.