- a ravine formed by the action of water.；a river valley.
- (of water) make gullies or deep channels in (land)
noun: gully, plural noun: gullies
- 1. a ravine formed by the action of water. 同義詞
- ▪ Australian, New Zealand a river valley.
- ▪ a deep artificial channel serving as a gutter or drain. 同義詞
- 2. a fielding position on the off side between point and the slips he was caught in the gully by Jones
- ▪ a fielder at gully.
- 3. Indian an alley.
- 1. (of water) make gullies or deep channels in (land) the track was gulleyed by rain he began to pick his way over the gullied landscape
- a person who steals unbranded livestock: with heifers at that price, it was worthwhile to be a gully-raker
- round up or steal unbranded livestock from remote areas: I was gully-raking with a mate in the mountains
- the practice of rounding up or stealing unbranded livestock from remote areas: everybody does a spot of gully-raking now and then
- a device inside a domestic drain which prevents the return of noxious gases from waste that has ... the gully trap was inadequate to accept the flow of the three downpipes
- a small valley in a forest where tree ferns are abundant: at this point the track enters a fern gully
- a ravine formed by the action of water.
- (of water) make gullies or deep channels in (land): the track was gulleyed by rain he began to pick his way over the gullied landscape
Oxford American Dictionary