in geology and earth science, a plateau also called a of relatively flat terrain that
is raised significantly above the surrounding area, often with one or more sides ...
A plateau is a flat, elevated landform that rises sharply above surrounding area
on at least one side.
You can't spell 'plateau' without 'plate,' and there is a good reason for that - both
of these objects are, by definition, flat. This lesson will...
A plateau is a portion of land that is more or less flat and level, elevated above
the surrounding area. It may have steep slopes or vertical cliffs on one or more ...
Plateau definition, a land area having a relatively level surface considerably
raised above adjoining land on at least one side, and often cut by deep canyons.
A plateau refers either to a piece of land that is level and located above nearby
land, or the term can refer to a situation that is relatively unchanged for a period ...
A plateau is formed by a process of geological uplift, either due to the collision of
continental plates, pressure from magma below or the burial of land by volcanic ...
a large flat area of land that is higher than other areas of land that surround it. : a
period when something does not increase or advance any further. Source: ...
Jan 21, 2014 ... Ugh, the dreaded plateau! We've all been there. Whether we're trying to lose
weight, add muscle, or even develop a new skill, we hit that point ...
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