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ford

noun [C]  us   /fɔrd, foʊrd/
a place in a river where the water is not deep, making it possible to get across
ford
verb [T]  us   /fɔrd, foʊrd/
The horses forded the river without any problems.
Translations of “ford”
in Vietnamese chỗ sông cạn…
in Spanish vado…
in Thai บริเวณน้ำตื้น…
in Malaysian cetek…
in French gué…
in German die Furt…
in Chinese (Traditional) (可涉過或駛過的)河流淺水處…
in Indonesian bagian dangkal…
in Chinese (Simplified) (可涉过或驶过的)河流浅水处…
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