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dyke

noun [C] ( also dike)
 
 
/daɪk/
WALL a wall built to stop water from a sea or river going onto the landDitches, dams and tunnels
PASSAGE UK a passage that has been dug to take water away from fieldsDitches, dams and tunnels
Translations of “dyke”
in Vietnamese con đê…
in Spanish dique…
in Thai เขื่อนกั้นน้ำ…
in Malaysian daik…
in French digue…
in German der Deich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 牆, 堤壩,大壩…
in Indonesian tanggul…
in Russian дамба, сточная канава, ров…
in Turkish set, bent, kanal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 墙, 堤坝,大坝…
in Polish grobla, wał, rów…
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