potholing


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potholing

(ˈpɒtˌhəʊlɪŋ)
n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) Brit a sport in which participants explore underground caves
ˈpotˌholer n
Translations

potholing

[ˈpɒthəʊlɪŋ] N (Brit) → espeleología f
to go potholinghacer espeleología; (on specific occasion) → ir de espeleología

potholing

[ˈpɒthəʊlɪŋ] n (British)spéléologie f
to go potholing → faire de la spéléologie

potholing

[ˈpɒtˌhəʊlɪŋ] n (Brit) → esplorazione f speleologica
to go potholing → fare della speleologia
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Other adrenaline-fuelled journeys popular among Britons include descending into Iceland's Thrihnukagigur volcano, potholing in Vietnam's Son Doong caves and reaching Base Camp Everest in Nepal, according to the explorer.
They then had to abseil, go potholing, and finally fly down zip wires collecting the flags.
Alder Street (at East 20th Avenue): Wastewater maintenance, including potholing utilities, sawcutting and manhole and cleanout access, will cause street sections to be closed Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
American Augers has developed a system for processing used horizontal directional drilling (HDD) fluids and liquid spoil from potholing operations with vacuum excavators using high-pressure water to dig potholes.
I would like to suggest to the Assembly that it puts an addition on its website: "Come to South Wales and go potholing" as the condition of the roads around Penarth is a disgrace, as I recently found out.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 A kukri; 2 Franz Mesmer; 3 Potholing or caving; 4 The moccasin; 5 Birmingham; 6 Alexei Kosygin; 7 Costa Rica; 8 Charmian; 9 Rattan; 10 A meteor shower.
pound get you 129.81 12.47 If you're involved in an accident when mountaineering, canyoning, potholing or climbing, or if you become lost and need rescuing, call 112 for the emergency services or 062 for the Civil Guard.
In response to Lorna Harris 'Car park potholing' (6.7.12), I would like to remind readers of the significant investment in Billingham.
BENEFITS: Caving, also sometimes referred to as potholing, is an activity of exploring underground cave systems and environments.
The youngsters took part in a week of caving and potholing in the Yorkshire Dales.
Not having any proper, constructive pastimes - like potholing or basket-weaving - most of us would lamely write "socialising", as if loitering in pubs with your mates counted as a worthwhile and character-building leisure pursuit.