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Translation of "bog" - English-Spanish dictionary

bog

noun   /bɒɡ/
an area of soft, wet ground ciénaga
(Definition of bog from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bog

noun /boɡ/
very wet ground; marsh pantano, ciénaga a peat bog.
boggy adjective
pantanoso boggy ground.
be bogged down
to be hindered in movement; to be prevented from making progress estar atascado/atrancado The tractor is bogged down in the mud At the moment I seem to be bogged down in paperwork.
(Definition of bog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bog”
in Korean 습지…
in Arabic مُستَنقَع…
in Malaysian bencah…
in French marécage…
in Russian болото…
in Chinese (Traditional) 濕地, 泥塘, 沼澤…
in Italian pantano…
in Turkish bataklık…
in Polish bagno…
in Vietnamese bãi lầy…
in Portuguese brejo, pântano…
in Thai บึง…
in German der Sumpf…
in Catalan aiguamoll, pantà…
in Japanese 沼地, 湿地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 湿地, 泥塘, 沼泽…
in Indonesian lumpur…
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