debouch

[v] - march out (as from a defile) into open ground 2. [v] - pass out or emerge
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Debouch

De·bouch' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Debouched ; present participle & verbal noun Debouching .] [ French déboucher ; prefix dé- (L. dis- or de ) + boucher to stop up, from ...
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debouch

march out verb march out (as from a defile) into open ground; `The regiments debouched from the valley`
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Debouch

• (v. i.) To march out from a wood, defile, or other confined spot, into open ground; to issue. • (v. i.) To issue; -- said of a stream passing from a gorge out into an open valley or a plain.
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debouch

Type: Term Pronunciation: dā-būsh′ Definitions: 1. To open or empty into another part.
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Debouch

Debouch from French origin meaning to cause to emerge and is a term used in river, stream and glacier geography. The term also has a military usage. ==Geology== In fluvial geomorphology a debouch is when runoff from a small, confined space emerges into a larger, broader space. Common examples are when a stream runs into a river or when a river run...
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debouch

to issue or emerge; to flow from a confined place
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