Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de fissure

(sustantivo) 
Definition
any long narrow cleft or crack, esp. in a rock
There was a great crack, and a fissure opened up.
Sinónimos
crack
She watched him though a crack in the curtains.
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opening
He squeezed through an opening in the fence.
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hole
They got in through a hole in the wall.
kids with holes in the knees of their jeans
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split
The seat had a few small splits around the corners.
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gap
the wind tearing through gaps in the window frames
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rent
welling up from a rent in the ground
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breach
A large battering ram hammered a breach in the wall.
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break
a break in the earth's surface
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fracture
large fractures in the crust creating the valleys
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rift
In the open bog are many rifts and potholes.
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slit
She watched them through a slit in the curtain.
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rupture
ruptures in a 60-mile pipeline on the island
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cleavage
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cleft
a narrow cleft in the rocks too small for a human to squeeze through
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chink
He peered through a chink in the curtains.
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crevice
a huge boulder with rare ferns growing in every crevice
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cranny
The lizards fled into crannies in the rocks.
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Otros sinónimos

in the sense of breach
Definition
a crack, break, or gap
A large battering ram hammered a breach in the wall.
in the sense of break
Definition
the act or result of breaking
a break in the earth's surface
in the sense of chink
Definition
a small narrow opening
He peered through a chink in the curtains.

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