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gulf

noun uk   us   /ɡʌlf/

gulf noun (AREA)

B2 [C] a very large area of sea surrounded on three sides by a coast: the Gulf of Mexicothe Gulf [S] the Persian Gulf and the countries around it: The Gulf states include Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, and the UAE. [C] formal a very large, deep hole in the ground
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gulf noun (DIFFERENCE)

C2 [C usually singular] an important difference between the ideas, opinions, or situations of two groups of people: There is a widening gulf between the middle classes and the poorest sections of society. It is hoped that the peace plan will bridge the gulf (= reduce the very large difference) between the government and the rebels.
Traducciones de “gulf”
en árabe خَليْج…
en coreano 만…
in Malaysian teluk…
en francés golfe…
en turco körfez, büyük görüş ayrılığı, uçurum…
en italiano golfo…
en chino (tradicionál) 地區, 海灣, (地面的)裂口,深坑,深淵…
en ruso залив, пропасть, непримиримое различие…
en polaco zatoka, przepaść…
in Vietnamese vịnh…
en español golfo…
en portugués golfo…
in Thai อ่าว…
en alemán der Golf…
en catalán golf…
en japonés 湾…
in Indonesian teluk…
en chino (simplificado) 地区, 海湾, (地面的)裂口,深坑,深渊…
(Definition of gulf from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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