the natural features of an area, such as mountains, valleys, rivers and forests, when you are thinking about them being attractive to look at
The scenery is magnificent.
to enjoy the scenery
the painted background that is used to represent natural features or buildings on a theatre stage
These are all words for areas away from towns and cities, with fields, woods and farms.
(often the country ) an area that is away from towns and cities, especially one with particular natural features
She lives in the country.
an area of wooded country
everything that you can see when you look across a large area of land, especially in the country
This pattern of woods and fields is typical of the English landscape.
land outside towns and cities, with fields, woods and farms
Countryside is usually used when you are talking about the beauty or peacefulness of a country area.
a little village in the French countryside
( formal ) land
Terrain is used when you are describing the natural features of an area, for example if it is rough, flat, etc.
The truck bumped its way over the rough terrain.
(usually the land ) the countryside; the way people live in the country as opposed to in towns and cities
Many younger people are leaving the land to find work in the cities.
the natural features of an area, such as mountains, valleys, rivers and forests, especially when these are attractive to look at
We stopped on the mountain pass to admire the scenery.