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Translation of "river" - English-Spanish dictionary

river

noun   /ˈrɪv·ər/
A1 a long, natural area of water that flows across the land río the River Thames the Hudson River
(Definition of river from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

river

noun /ˈrivə/
a large stream of water flowing across country río The Thames is a river the river Thames the Hudson River (also adjective) a river animal.
river bed noun
the ground over which a river runs. lecho del río
riverside noun
the ground along or near the side of a river margen del río He has a bungalow on the riverside.
(Definition of river from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “river”
in Korean 강…
in Arabic نَهْر…
in Malaysian sungai…
in French (de) rivière, fleuve, (adj.) fluvial…
in Russian река…
in Chinese (Traditional) 河, 江, 川…
in Italian fiume…
in Turkish nehir, ırmak…
in Polish rzeka…
in Vietnamese dòng sông…
in Portuguese rio…
in Thai แม่น้ำ…
in German der Fluß, Fluß-……
in Catalan riu…
in Japanese 川, 河川…
in Chinese (Simplified) 河, 江, 川…
in Indonesian sungai…
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