Chuck a left/ moss- fringed tarns Hi there I cannot find the meanings of these two words. Are they Australian or something? The text is about pristine places in Tasmania and being lonely. Thanks
Dec 1, 2016 9:11 PM
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'Chuck' is an informal word for 'throw', so 'chuck a left' means make a quick left turn when you're driving. This is an Australian expression, but it would certainly be understood in the UK. A tarn is a mountain lake, and moss is a kind of thick, green, spongy vegetation. A fringe is an edge. So a moss-fringed tarn is a lake that has moss growing round its edges. There's nothing specifically Australian about these words - they're standard English and you could find them in any dictionary.
December 1, 2016
I am sorry but what are the words?
December 1, 2016
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