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Turkish translation of “dike”

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dike

noun ( also dyke)
 
 
/daɪk/
WALL a wall built to stop water from a sea or river going onto the land
set, bent
Ditches, dams and tunnels
PASSAGE UK a passage that has been dug to take water away from fields
su kanalı, ark
Ditches, dams and tunnels
Translations of “dike”
in Chinese (Traditional) 堤壩…
in Russian плотина, сточная канава…
in Chinese (Simplified) 堤坝…
in Polish grobla, rów…
(Definition of dike from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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