English version

heath in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheathheath /hiːθ/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DNHBPan area of open land where grass, bushes, and other small plants grow, especially in Britain
Examples from the Corpus
heath• I accept that downs and heaths and the like need management if they are to survive.• This is quite an energetic section of the walk with steep slopes covered in beautiful maritime heaths.• Unless we do something now, heaths will vanish within 20 years.• When the trees broke, she came out on the uncut lawn of the heath.• Capron had even provided the gun that had been fished from the pond on the heath.• He looked back once, then fought free of the crowd and stumbled uphill beyond the streets, toward the heath.• The heath took no notice of her.• The vast heath was full of stillness and life.