[noun ha-shoo r, hash-oo r; verb ha-shoo r] /noun hæˈʃʊər, ˈhæʃ ʊər; verb hæˈʃʊər/
one of a series of short parallel lines drawn on a map to indicate topographic relief.
shading composed of such lines.
verb (used with object), hachured, hachuring.
Also, hatch. to indicate or shade by hachures.
hatching See hatch3
shading of short lines drawn on a relief map to indicate gradients
(transitive) to mark or show by hachures
[hah-see-en-duh; Spanish ah-syen-dah] /ˌhɑ siˈɛn də; Spanish ɑˈsyɛn dɑ/ noun, plural haciendas [hah-see-en-duh z; Spanish ah-syen-dahs] /ˌhɑ siˈɛn dəz; Spanish ɑˈsyɛn dɑs/ (Show IPA) (in Spanish America) 1. a large landed estate, especially one used for farming or ranching. 2. the main house on such an estate. 3. a stock raising, mining, or manufacturing establishment […]
[hah-see-en-dah-doh, ah-see-] /ˌhɑ si ɛnˈdɑ doʊ, ˌɑ si-/ noun, plural haciendados. 1. .
[hah-see-en-duh, hah-] /ˈhɑ siˈɛn də, ˌhɑ-/ noun 1. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles.
[hak] /hæk/ verb (used with object) 1. to cut, notch, slice, chop, or sever (something) with or as with heavy, irregular blows (often followed by up or down): to hack meat; to hack down trees. 2. to break up the surface of (the ground). 3. to clear (a road, path, etc.) by cutting away vines, […]