English version

tarn

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtarntarn /tɑːn $ tɑːrn/ noun [countable]  a small lake among mountains
Examples from the Corpus
tarnSedrun has an indoor pool as an alternative to dips in glacial tarns.We flew down the moorland road like a bird, disturbing the sleeping ducks at the tarn.A short climb from the tarn leads to the ridge wall, the summit then being within easy reach on the left.We climbed a little further and Arthur cooled off in the tarn.On the road back to the tarn we passed a cluster of cottages.Behind the house rose High fold Scar; in front, the lawn slopes to the tarn.I packed my rucksack again and walked off the summit towards the tarns.
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