Definition of "macchia" [macchia]
- (noun) A shrubland biota in Mediterranean countries, typically consisting of densely-growing evergreen shrubs.
Use "macchia" in a sentence
- "This section of the highway cuts through the island's rough interior, offering travelers views of stark rocky mountains, shady eucalyptus groves around gurgling streams, and the omnipresent tan-and-green-dappled shrublands Italians refer to as Mediterranean macchia."
- "Bezbledny Rycerz Cavaliere senza macchia è un corto corto, scritto, diretto ed animato da Waldemar Mordarski e prodotto presso lo Studio filmowe Odeon."
- "Continuing our route we crossed some park-like glades, with scattered forest trees, and fringed by the graceful shrubbery, the _macchia_, common to both the islands of Corsica and Sardinia."