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Dictionary French English: [river]

Translation 1 - 58 of 58

FrenchEnglish
charrier qc. [transporter]to carry sth. [of a river, flood, truck]
franchir qc. [fleuve, montagne]to negotiate sth. [river, mountain]
ichtyo. repeupler qc. [empoissonner]to restock sth. [pond, river]
hydro. grossir [fleuve, torrent]to swell [river, flood]
Nouns
géogr. rivière {f}
5
river [flowing into another river]
géogr. Adour {m} [fleuve]Adour [River]
géogr. Aude {f} [fleuve]Aude [River]
géogr. Aulne {m} [fleuve]Aulne [River]
géogr. rive {f}bank [of river, canal]
géogr. Blavet {m} [fleuve]Blavet [River]
naut. occup. batelier {m} [rivière]boatman [river]
naut. occup. batelière {f} [rivière]boatwoman [river]
géogr. Charente {f} [fleuve]Charente [River]
géogr. tracé {m} [de fleuve]course [of river]
géogr. Daugava {f} [aussi : Dvina occidentale]Daugava [also: Western Dvina] [river which flows from Russia, through Belarus and Latvia]
géogr. Dniepr {m} [fleuve de l'Europe de l'Est se jetant dans la mer Noire]Dnieper [river]
géogr. Dordogne {f} [fleuve]Dordogne [River]
géogr. Essonne {f} [rivière]Essonne [River]
géogr. Garonne {f} [fleuve]Garonne [River]
géogr. Gartempe {f} [rivière]Gartempe [River]
géogr. Hérault {m} [fleuve]Hérault [River]
géogr. Lay {m} [fleuve]Lay [River]
géogr. Lot {m} [rivière]Lot [River]
géogr. Marne {f} [rivière]Marne [River]
géogr. Meuse {f} [fleuve]Meuse [River]
géogr. Moselle {f} [rivière]Moselle [River]
géogr. hydro. embouchure {f}mouth [of river]
géogr. Niémen {m}Nemunas [major Eastern European river] [also: Nioman, Neman or Memel]
géogr. Niger {m} [pays, rivière]Niger <.ne> [country, river]
géogr. Oise {f} [rivière]Oise [River]
géogr. Orb {m} [fleuve]Orb [River]
géogr. Orne {f} [fleuve]Orne [River]
passe {f} [transmission de ballon, passage navigable, passage dans un programme]pass [ball transfer, river channel, single scan through a set of data or program]
géogr. {m}Po [river]
géogr. géol. naut. ria {f}ria [coastal inlet formed by the partial submergence of an unglaciated river valley]
ronflement {m} [rivière, poêle]roar [river, stove]
géogr. Roya {f} [fleuve]Roya [River]
géogr. Saône {f} [rivière]Saône [River]
section {f}section [road, border, river, newspaper etc.]
géogr. Seine {f} [fleuve]Seine [river flowing through Paris]
géogr. Somme {f} [fleuve]Somme [River]
géogr. Têt {f} [fleuve]Têt [River]
géogr. Tibre {m}Tiber [river]
géogr. Vendée {f} [rivière]Vendée [River]
géogr. Vienne {f} [rivière française]Vienne [River]
géogr. Vilaine {f} [fleuve]Vilaine [River]
largeur {f}wideness [road, river]
géogr. Yonne {f} [rivière]Yonne [River]
2 Words: Verbs
géogr. se déverser (dans) [ fleuve, rivière]to flow (into) [stream, river]
regonfler [rivière]to rise again [e.g. a river]
côtoyer qc. [rivière]to run alongside sth. [e.g. road alongside river]
2 Words: Nouns
hydro. débit {m} [d'écoulement]discharge (rate) [of a river]
géogr. Dvina {f} septentrionale [aussi : Dvina du Nord]Northern Dvina [river in northern Russia]
géogr. Niémen {m} [fleuve]River Neman [also: Nemunas, Nioman, or Memel] [river that rises in central Belarus and flows through Lithuania then along the northern border of Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia's western exclave]
géogr. Sèvre {f} Nantaise [rivière]Sèvre Nantaise [River]
géogr. Sèvre {f} Niortaise [fleuve]Sèvre Niortaise [River]
3 Words: Nouns
géol. encaissement {m} [d'une rivière, vallée]steeply sided setting [river, valley]
4 Words: Others
au détour de {pres-p} [route, rivière]at the bend in [road, river]
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