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Translation of "river" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

river

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrɪv.ər/ US  //
a natural wide flow of fresh water across the land into the sea, a lake, or another river
河;江;川;水道
We sailed slowly down the river.
我們順流而下緩緩航行。
Watercourses and waterfalls
( written abbreviation R) used usually before, sometimes after, the name of a river
(通常用於河流名稱前,有時位於河流名稱後)河
the River Thames
泰晤士河
Watercourses and waterfalls
up (the) river in the opposite direction to the flow of water in the river
向河的上游,逆流而上
We sailed up river.
我們逆流而行。
Watercourses and waterfalls
down (the) river in the same direction as the flow of water in the river
向河的下游;順流而下
Watercourses and waterfalls
Translations of “river”
in Arabic نَهْر…
in Korean 강…
in Malaysian sungai…
in French (de) rivière, fleuve, (adj.) fluvial…
in Turkish nehir, ırmak…
in Italian fiume…
in Russian река…
in Polish rzeka…
in Vietnamese dòng sông…
in Spanish río…
in Portuguese rio…
in Thai แม่น้ำ…
in German der Fluß, Fluß-……
in Catalan riu…
in Japanese 川, 河川…
in Indonesian sungai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 河, 江, 川…
(Definition of river from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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