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Meaning of “delta” - Learner’s Dictionary

delta

noun [C]     /ˈdeltə/
a low, flat area of land where a river divides into smaller rivers and goes into the sea: the Nile deltaParts of watercourses
Translations of “delta”
in Spanish delta…
in Vietnamese châu thổ, đồng bằng…
in Thai พื้นที่สามเหลี่ยมปากแม่น้ำ…
in Malaysian delta…
in French delta…
in German das Delta…
in Indonesian delta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 三角洲…
in Turkish delta, bir kaç nehir ve kollarının oluşturduğu nehir yatağı…
in Russian дельта (реки)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 三角洲…
in Polish delta…
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