A large crater formed by volcanic explosion or by collapse of a volcanic cone.(noun)
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Use "caldera" in a sentence
"I believe it has its own atmosphere because it is built in what you call a caldera, but I may have picked that information up from like a Syfy TV movie about the Coming Global Superstorm, or invented it in my own mind."
"The technical term for Yellowstone's supervolcano is "caldera," a Spanish word meaning"
"The common sort is employed for hedging and called caldera by Europeans in many parts of"