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estuary

noun   /ˈes.tjʊə.ri/
the wide part of a river at the place where it joins the sea estuario the Thames estuary the Mississippi estuary the Rance estuary1533
estuarine adjective   /-tjʊə.riːn/
(Definition of estuary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

estuary

noun /ˈestjuəri/ ( plural estuaries)
the wide lower part of a river up which the tide flows estuario the Thames estuary.
(Definition of estuary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “estuary”
in Vietnamese cửa sông…
in Malaysian muara…
in Thai ปากแม่น้ำ…
in French estuaire…
in German die Flußmündung…
in Chinese (Simplified) (江河入海的)河口…
in Turkish haliç, nehir ağzı…
in Russian устье, дельта…
in Indonesian muara…
in Chinese (Traditional) (江河入海的)河口…
in Polish ujście (rzeki)…
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