an alluvial plain formed at the base of a mountain by the coalescing of several alluvial fans.
Historical Examples

In 1827 the inhabitants of bajada went there in such numbers that the town was half deserted.
The Argentine Republic Pierre Denis

During this first phase the curve of the bajada is parallel (thirteen days later) to that of Posadas.
The Argentine Republic Pierre Denis

Below the bajada the height of the floods progressively declines.
The Argentine Republic Pierre Denis

(rugby Union) a scrummaging technique, developed in Argentina, in which all eight forwards in a pack drive forward low and hard


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