Definitions for BERMbɜrm
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a narrow ledge or shelf typically at the top or bottom of a slope
a narrow edge of land (usually unpaved) along the side of a road
"the car pulled off onto the shoulder"
A narrow ledge or shelf, as along the top or bottom of a slope
A raised bank or path, especially the bank of a canal opposite the towpath
A terrace formed by wave action along a beach
A mound or bank of earth, used especially as a barrier or to provide insulation
A ledge between the parapet and the moat in a fortification
A strip of land between a street and sidewalk
To provide something with a berm
Origin: From berm, cognate of English brim.
alt. of Berme
A berm is a level space, shelf, or raised barrier separating two areas. The word berm originates in the Middle Dutch and German berme and came into usage in English via French.
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