[shen-uh-vee] /ˈʃɛn ə vi/ (Show IPA), 1807–86, English clergyman and scholar, born in Ireland.
a deep ditch or furrow
a ditch dug as a fortification, having a parapet of the excavated earth
to make a trench in (a place)
(transitive) to fortify with a trench or trenches
to slash or be slashed
(intransitive; foll by on or upon) to encroach or verge
A long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor. Trenches form when one tectonic plate slides beneath another plate at a subduction zone. The Marianas Trench, located in the western Pacific east of the Philippines, is the deepest known trench (10,924 m or 35,831 ft) and the deepest area in the ocean.
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verb (used with or without object) 1. to make or become rich or richer.