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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Earth sciences, Geology, Geography
landslipland‧slip /ˈlændslɪp/ noun [countable] British English  HEa small fall of earth or rocks down a hill, cliff etc, that is smaller than a landslide
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landslipThe storm section of the policy excludes landslip damage but the damage could be covered under the landslip section of the policy.Particularly disastrous, but not uncommon, have been the effects of landslips and rock-falls into bodies of water.
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