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Meaning of “gulf” - Learner’s Dictionary

gulf

noun [C]     /ɡʌlf/
SEA
a large area of sea that has land almost all the way around it: the Arabian GulfBays and gulfsCoasts and beaches
DIFFERENCE
an important difference between the opinions or situations of two groups of people: There is a growing gulf between the rich and the poor.Different and difference
Translations of “gulf”
in Arabic خَليْج…
in Korean 만…
in Malaysian teluk…
in French golfe…
in Turkish körfez, büyük görüş ayrılığı, uçurum…
in Italian golfo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地區, 海灣, (地面的)裂口,深坑,深淵…
in Russian залив, пропасть, непримиримое различие…
in Polish zatoka, przepaść…
in Vietnamese vịnh…
in Spanish golfo…
in Portuguese golfo…
in Thai อ่าว…
in German der Golf…
in Catalan golf…
in Japanese 湾…
in Indonesian teluk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地区, 海湾, (地面的)裂口,深坑,深渊…
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