fault line
Noun

fault line (plural fault lines)

  1. (geology) The line formed by the intersection of the plane of a fault with the surface of the Earth
  2. (by extension) A minor split (in public opinion etc) that may develop into something larger
Translations
  • French: ligne de faille



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