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Putumayo Içá (BR) (river) Englisch Deutsch bersetzung

Putumayo {m}; Içá {m} (BR) (Fluss) [geogr.]
Putumayo; Içá (BR) (river)
Fluss {m}; Flu {m} [alt]; Strom {m} [geogr.]
Flsse {pl}; Strme {pl}
rckgebaute Flsse
schiffbarer Fluss
staugeregelter Fluss
stauregulierter Fluss
verzweigter Fluss
river; (higher-order) stream
rivers
reconverted rivers
navigable river
regulated river
impounded river
braided river
Río de la Plata {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
(La) Plata River; Río de la Plata; River Plate [Br.] (river)
Flusskahn {m}; Lastkahn {m}; Kanalschiff {n} [naut.]
Flusskhne {pl}; Lastkhne {pl}; Kanalschiffe {pl}
river boat; river barge
river boats; river barges
Flusslauf {m}
Flusslufe {pl}
stromaufwrtiger stromabwrtiger Flusslauf
stromabwrts; flussabwrts {adv}
course of a river; river course
courses of rivers; river courses
upper lower water course
down the river; downstream
Fluss {m}
Flsse {pl}
rckgebaute Flsse
staugeregelter Fluss
stauregulierter Fluss
verzweigter Fluss
river
rivers
reconverted rivers
regulated river
impounded river
braided river
Río Caquetá {m} (CO); Río Japurá {m} (BR) (Fluss) [geogr.]
Caquetá (CO); Japurá (BR) (river)
Flussmndung {f}; Mndung {f} [geogr.]
Flussmndungen {pl}; Mndungen {pl}
mouth of a river; river mouth; stream outlet; embouchure [obs.]
mouths of a river; river mouths; stream outlets; embouchures
Flussarm {m} [geogr.]
Flussarme {pl}
sumpfiger Flussarm
arm branch [Am.] of a river; river arm
arms branches of a river; river arms
bayou
Flussbett {n}, Flusssohle {f}
Vertiefung des Flussbettes
river bed, riverbed, river bottom
deepening of the river bed
Mersey {m} (Fluss in Nordwest-England Grobritannien) [geogr.]
Mersey River (river in North West England Great Britain)
Flussaue {f}; Aue {f}; Au {f} [geogr.]
Flussauen {pl}; Auen {pl}
river flat; alluvial flat; river meadow
river flats; alluvial flats; river meadows
Flussufer {n}; Ufer {n} [geogr.]
Flussufer {pl}; Ufer {pl}
riverside; river bank
riversides; river banks
Flussarm {m}
Flussarme {pl}
sumpfiger Flussarm
sumpfige Flussarme
arm of a river
arms of a river
bayou
bayous
hochwasserfhrend {adj} (Fluss) [envir.]
in full spate; in spate (postpositive) (river) [Br.]
Amazonas-Delfin {m}, Amazonas-Flussdelfin {m}, Boto, Inia, Bufeo, Tonina, Rosa-Delfin {m}, Rosa-Flussdelfin {m} [zool.]
Amazon river dolphin, Boto, Bufeo, Tonina, pink river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis)
Flussstauwerk {n}
Flussstauwerken {pl}
river barrage
river barrages
Flussregulierung {f}
Flussregulierungen {pl}
river regulation
river regulations
Flusskabel {n} [electr.]
Flusskabel {pl}
river cable
river cables
Flusspferd {n} [zool.]
Flusspferde {pl}
river horse
river horses
Gelber Fluss {m}; Huang He {m}; Hwang Ho {m} [alt] (Fluss) [geogr.]
Yellow River; Huang He (river)
Flussniederung {f} [geogr.]
Flussniederungen {pl}
river flat
river flats
Flussdurchbruch {m}
Flussdurchbrche {pl}
river gorge
river gorges
Uferdamm {m}; Uferwall {m}; Flussdeich {m}
river embankment; river levee
Sanierung {f} eines Flusses
rehabilitation of a river, cleaning up of a river
Flussbergang {m}
Flussbergnge {pl}
river crossing
river crossings
Flussbau {m}
river engineering; river control
Flussbecken {n}
Flussbecken {pl}
river basin
river basins
Flussbelastung {f} [envir.]
river load; river loading
Flussbau {m}
river engineering, river control
Flussgebiet {n}
Flussgebiete {pl}
river basin
river basins
Flussdamm {m}
Flussdmme {pl}
river wall
river walls
Flussbiegung {f}; Flusskrmmung {f} [geogr.]
Flussbiegungen {pl}; Flusskrmmungen {pl}
bend of a river
bends of a river
Flusstal {n} [geogr.]
Flusstler {pl}
breites Flusstal
ertrunkenes Flusstal
river valley
river valleys
strath
drowned river valley; drowned stream valley
Lampetra-Neuaugen {pl} (Lampetra) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Flussneunauge {n}; Bricke {f}; Pricke {f} (Lampetra fluviatilis)
lampetra lampreys (zoological genus)
European river lamprey; river lamprey; lampern
Amazonas-Delfin {m}; Amazonas-Flussdelfin {m}; Boto; Inia; Bufeo; Tonina; Rosa-Delfin {m}; Rosa-Flussdelfin {m} (Inia geoffrensis) [zool.]
Amazon river dolphin; Boto; Bufeo; Tonina; pink river dolphin
Laufwasserkraftwerk {n} LWKW ; Laufkraftwerk {n}; Flusskraftwerk {n} (Wasserbau)
Laufwasserkraftwerke {pl}; Laufkraftwerke {pl}; Flusskraftwerke {pl}
run-of-river power plant; run-of-river plant (water engineering)
run-of-river power plants; run-of-river plants
Flussbett {n} [geogr.]
Flussbetten {pl}
altes Flussbett
bewegliche Sohle
Vertiefung des Flussbettes
river bed; riverbed; stream bed
river beds; riverbeds; stream beds
old course
movable bed
deepening of the river bed
jdn. reinlegen; aufs Kreuz legen {vt}
verraten und verkauft sein
to sell sb. down the river; to take sb. for a ride
to be sold down the river [fig.]
Flussgebiet {n}
Flussgebiete {pl}
river basin; catchment area
river basins; catchment areas
Ganges-Delfin {m}, Ganges-Flussdelfin {m}, Susu, Blinder Flussdelfin {m} [zool.]
Ganges river dolphin, Susu, gangetic dolphin, blind river dolphin (Platanista gangetica)
Chinesischer Flussdelfin {m}, Baiji, Yangtze-Delfin {m}, Yangtze-Flussdelfin {m}, Beiji, Pei C'hi, Weier Delfin {m} [zool.]
Baiji, Yangtze river dolphin, Pei C'hi, whitefin dolphin, whiteflag dolphin, Chinese river dolphin (Lipotes vexillifer)
Indus-Delfin {m}, Indus-Flussdelfin {m}, Bhulan, Susu, Blinder Delfin {m} [zool.]
Indus river dolphin, Bhulan, Indus susu, blind river dolphin (Platanista minor)
Chinesischer Flussdelfin {m}; Baiji; Yangtze-Delfin {m}; Yangtze-Flussdelfin {m}; Beiji; Pei C'hi; Weier Delfin {m} (Lipotes vexillifer) [zool.]
Baiji; Yangtze river dolphin; Pei C'hi; whitefin dolphin; whiteflag dolphin; Chinese river dolphin
Ganges-Delfin {m}; Ganges-Flussdelfin {m}; Susu; Blinder Flussdelfin {m} (Platanista gangetica) [zool.]
Ganges river dolphin; Susu; gangetic dolphin; blind river dolphin
Pinselohrschwein {n}; Flussschwein {n} (Potamochoerus porcus) [zool.]
Pinselohrschweine {pl}; Flussschweine {pl}
red river hog; bush pig
red river hogs; bush pigs
Flussgebietskommission {f}
Flussgebietskommissionen {pl}
commission for river territories
commissions for river territories
psychoanalysieren
psychoanalysierend
psychoanalysiert
psychoanalysierte
to psychoanalyze, to psychoanalyse [Br.]
psychoanalyzing, psychoanalysing [Br.]
psychoanalyzes, psychoanalyses [Br.]
psychoanalyzed, psychoanalysed [Br.]
dramatisieren
dramatisierend
dramatisiert
nicht dramatisiert
to dramatize, to dramatise [Br.]
dramatizing, dramatising [Br.]
dramatized, dramatised [Br.]
undramatized, undramatised [Br.]
popularisieren
popularisierend
popularisiert
popularisiert
to popularize, to popularise [Br.]
popularizing, popularising [Br.]
popularizes, popularises [Br.]
popularized, popularised [Br.]
Sanierung {f}
Sanierung {f} eines Flusses
Altlastensanierung {f}
Whrungssanierung {f}
wirtschaftliches Sanierungsprogramm
sanierungsbedrftig {adj}
rehabilitation
rehabilitation of a river; cleaning up of a river
rehabilitation of inherited waste
monetary rehabilitation
programme for economic rehabilitation
in need of rehabilitation
Indus-Delfin {m}; Indus-Flussdelfin {m}; Bhulan; Susu; Blinder Delfin {m} (Platanista minor) [zool.]
Indus river dolphin; Bhulan; Indus susu; blind river dolphin
Schwanz {m} [vulg.] (Penis)
(kleiner) Penis
dick; cock; prick; wanger; todger [Br.]; pecker [Br.]; knob [Br.]; whanger [Br.] [slang] [vulg.]
weenie [vulg.]
Flussablagerung {f}
river deposit; river-laid deposit; fluvial deposit; aggradational deposit
Red River {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Red River; Red River of the South
verdampfen, eindampfen
verdampfend, eindampfend
verdampft, eingedampft
es verdampft, es dampft ein
es verdampfte, es dampfte ein
es ist
war verdampft
to vaporize, to vaporise [Br.]
vaporizing, vaporising [Br.]
vaporized, vaporised [Br.]
it vaporizes, it vaporises [Br.]
it vaporized, it vaporised [Br.]
it has
had vaporized, it has
had vaporised [Br.]
motorisieren
motorisierend
motorisiert
motorisiert
to motorize, to motorise [Br.]
motorizing
motorized, motorised [Br.]
motorizes, motorises [Br.]
liberalisieren
liberalisierend
liberalisiert
liberalisiert
to liberalize, to liberalise [Br.]
liberalizing, liberalising [Br.]
liberalizes
liberalized, liberalised [Br.]
Flasche {f}; Pfeife {f}; Heini {m}; Pfeifenheini {m} [Dt.]; Krcke {f} [Dt.]; Lusche {f} [Dt.]; Nulpe {f} [Dt.] (unfhige Person)
Flaschen {pl}; Pfeifen {pl}; Heinis {pl}; Pfeifenheinis {pl}; Krcken {pl}; Luschen {pl}; Nulpen {pl}
plonker [Br.]; twit [Br.]; git [Br.] [slang]; twerp twirp (old-fashioned)
plonkers; twits; gits; twerps twirps
Flussterrasse {f} [geogr.]
Flussterrassen {pl}
fluvial terrace; river terrace; alluvial terrace; floodplain terrace; river bench; alluvial bench
fluvial terraces; river terraces; alluvial terraces; floodplain terraces; river benches; alluvial benches
katalysieren
katalysierend
katalysiert
to catalyze, to catalyse [Br.]
catalyzing, catalysing [Br.]
catalyzed, catalysed [Br.]
naturalisieren
naturalisierend
naturalisiert
to naturalize, to naturalise [Br.]
naturalizing, naturalising [Br.]
naturalized, naturalised [Br.]
Gromami {f}; Oma {f}; Omi {f} [ugs.] [soc.]
grandma; gran [Br.]; nan [Br.]; nanna [Br.]; nana [Am.] [coll.]
katalysieren
katalysierend
katalysiert
to catalyze; to catalyse [Br.]
catalyzing; catalysing [Br.]
catalyzed; catalysed [Br.]
Miezektzchen {n}; Miezekatze {f}; Mieze {f}; Schmusektzchen {n}; Schmusekatze {f}; Muschikatze {f}; Bsi {n} [Schw.] (bes. Kindersprache)
Miezektzchen {pl}; Miezekatzen {pl}; Miezen {pl}; Schmusektzchen {pl}; Schmusekatzen {pl}; Muschikatzen {pl}; Bsis {pl}
pussycat [Br.]; pussy [Br.]; puss [Br.]; kittycat [Am.]; kitty [Am.] (esp. childrens' speech)
pussycats; pussies; pusses; kittycats; kitties
jdn. psychoanalysieren {vt}
psychoanalysierend
psychoanalysiert
psychoanalysiert
psychoanalysierte
to psychoanalyze; to psychoanalyse [Br.] sb.
psychoanalyzing; psychoanalysing [Br.]
psychoanalyzed; psychoanalysed
psychoanalyzes; psychoanalyses [Br.]
psychoanalyzed; psychoanalysed [Br.]
etw. moderieren {vt} (TV-Sendung)
moderierend
moderiert
Er moderiert die 6-Uhr-Nachrichten.
Durch die Sendung fhrt John Archer.
Wer wird moderieren? [TV]
to host sth.; to present sth. [Br.]; to compere sth. [Br.]; to anchor sth. [Am.]; to emcee sth. [Am.]
hosting; presenting; compering; anchoring; emceing
hosted; presented; comperred; anchorred; emceed
He presents [Br.] anchors [Am.] the 6 o'clock news.
The show is hosted compered [Br.] emceed [Am.] by John Archer.
Who will host the programme [Br.] program [Am.]?
Gterwagen {m}; Gterwaggon {m} (Bahn)
Gterwagen {pl}; Gterwaggons {pl}
gedeckter Gterwagen; G-Wagen
offener Gterwagen
offener flacher Gterwagen; Plattformwagen {m}
offener Niederflur-Gterwagen
Gterwagen in Regelbauart
goods wagon [Br.]; goods waggon [Br.]; freight car [Am.] (railway)
goods wagons; goods waggons; freight cars
goods van [Br.]; boxcar [Am.]
truck [Br.]; open-top car [Am.]
flat wagon [Br.]; flatcar [Am.]
low-sided open wagon [Br.]; gondola car [Am.]; gondola [Am.]
normal-type waggon [Br.] freight car [Am.]
Besserwisser {m}; Schlauberger {m}; Schlaumeier {m}; Neunmalkluger {m} [Norddt.] [Mitteldt.]; Klugschnacker {m} [Norddt.]; Gescheitmeier {m} [Bayr.]; Gscheithaferl {n} [Bayr.]; Obergscheiter {m} [s.]
jemand der berall dreinredet [pej.]
smart alec [Br.]; smart aleck [Am.]; smarty-pants; smarty; clever clogs [Br.]; clever Dick [Br.]; know-all [Br.]; know-it-all [Am.]; wise guy [Am.]; wiseacre [Am.] (old-fashioned); wisenheimer; weisenheimer [Am.] [coll.]
backseat driver [fig.]
Post {f} (Postbefrderung)
mit der Post kommen
normale Postbefrderung (auf dem Land- und Seeweg)
etw. mit der Post schicken senden [geh.]
mit der Post; per Post; auf dem Postweg
mit getrennter Post
auf dem Postweg verlorengehen
Ich geb's morgen zur Post.
Der Scheck ist auf dem Postweg.
post [Br.]; mail [Am.] (mail transport)
to arrive through the post
surface mail
to send sth. through the post [Br.] mail [Am.]
by post [Br.]; by mail [Am.]
under separate cover; by separate post
to get lost in the post [Br.] mail [Am.]
I'll put it in the post [Br.] mail [Am.] tomorrow.
The check is in the post [Br.] mail. [Am.]
Steilufer {n}
Steilufer {pl}
steep bank; high bank; river bluff
steep banks; high banks; river bluffs
Kerl {m}; Typ {m}; Bursche {m} (veraltend)
ein lieber Kerl
Er ist ein feiner (famoser) Kerl.
Na altes Haus! [ugs.]
guy; chap [Br.] (becoming old-fashioned); fellow [Br.] (becoming old-fashioned); fella [Br.] [coll.]; bloke [Br.] (becoming old-fashioned); cove [Br.] (old-fashioned)
a nice guy
He is a fine chap.
Hey old chap!
Flussnetz {n}; Flusssystem {n}
Flussnetze {pl}; Flusssysteme {pl}
river system; system of rivers and streams; flow net; drainage pattern
river systems; systems of rivers and streams; flow nets; drainage patterns
Regenmantel {m}
Regenmantel {m}
mac [Br.]; macintosh [Br.]
mackintosh [Br.] [obs.]
Pflug {m} [agr.]
Pflge {pl}
Drehpflug {m}; Brabant-Kehrpflug {m}
Dreischarpflug {m}; dreischariger Pflug {m}
Rasenpflug {m}; Sodenpflug {m}
Schwenkpflug {m}
Schwingpflug {m}; Pendelpflug {m}
Umbruchpflug {m}; Rodepflug {m}
Griffe Arme eines Pflugs; Pfluggriffe {pl}
Pflugsohle {f}; Schleifsohle {f}
Ochsen vor den Pflug spannen
plough [Br.]; plow [Am.]
ploughs; plows
turn-about plough plow; turnover plough [Br.]; roll-over plow [Am.]
three-furrow plough [Br.]; three-botton plow [Am.]
skim plough [Br.] plow [Am.]; paring plough plow; sward plough plow; turf plough plow; paring cutter; sward cutter; turf cutter
reversible plough [Br.]; reversible plow [Am.]
swing swivel plough [Br.]; swing swivel plow [Am.]
reclamation plough [Br.]; reclamation plow [Am.]; buster
tail of a plough [Br.] plow [Am.]
slade of a plough [Br.]; runner of a plow [Am.]
to yoke oxen to the plough
Scheck {m} [fin.]
Schecks {pl}
ein Scheck ber 100 Euro
mit Scheck bezahlen; per Scheck zahlen
einen Scheck einlsen
einen Scheck flschen
gedeckter Scheck
ungedeckter Scheck; geplatzer Scheck
abgelaufener Scheck
vordatierter Scheck
einen Scheck ohne Deckung ausstellen
cheque [Br.]; check [Am.]
cheques [Br.]; checks [Am.]
a cheque for Euro 100
to pay by cheque [Br.]; to pay by check [Am.]
to cash a cheque [Br.] check [Am.]
to forge a cheque [Br.]; to forge a check [Am.]
covered cheque
bounced cheque [Br.]; rubber check [Am.]; kite
stale check [Am.]
memorandum cheque [Br.]; memorandum check [Am.]
to kite
(sehr) betrunken; stockbetrunken; besoffen [ugs.]; stockbesoffen [ugs.] {adj}
loaded; besotted; crocked; pissed [Br.] slaughtered [slang] [Br.]; canned; juiced [coll.]; shitfaced [vulg.]; paralytic [coll.] [Br.]
Bulle {m}; Schandi {m} [s.]; Butz {m} [s.]; Kiberer {m} [s.]; Tschugger {m} [Schw.] (Polizist) [pej.]
Bullen {pl}; Schandis {pl}; Butzen {pl}; Tschugger {pl}
die Bullen (Polizei)
cop; rozzer [Br.]; filth [Br.]; pig [Am.] [pej.]
cops; rozzers
the filth [Br.]; the fuzz [coll.] (old-fashioned)
Sperrwerk {n}
Sperrwerke {pl}
flood barrier; river flood barrier; flood barrage; storm lock
flood barriers; river flood barriers; flood barrages; storm locks
Dummkopf {m}; Esel {m}; Dussel {m} [Dt.]; Dmlack {m} [Dt.]; Dskopp {m} [Norddt.] [Mittelwestdt.]; Ddel {n} [Mitteldt.] [BW]; Depp {m} [Sddt.] [s.] [Schw.]; Dodel {m} [s.]; Wappler {m} [s.]; Hiefler {m} [s.]; Tubel {m} [Schw.]; Dubel {m} [Schw.]; Tschumpel {m} [Schw.]; Lli {m} [Schw.]; Narr {m} [geh.] (veraltend); Tor {m} [poet.] [obs.]
der grte Dummkopf von allen
Man sollte sich nicht blind in (so) eine Sache strzen.
Das ist eine Hau-Ruck-Aktion Ho-Ruck-Aktion!
Sei doch nicht dumm!
Er ist von Natur aus dumm.
fool; jerk; clod; clodhopper; dolt; clot [Br.]; charlie [Br.]; plonker [Br.]; prat [Br.]; schnook [Am.]; schmuck [Am.]; tomfool (old-fashioned)
the biggest greatest fool of all
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. [prov.] (Alexander Pope)
Fools rush in!
Don't be a fool!
He is a born fool.
Theater {n}; Tamtam {n}; Aufstand {m}; Wirbel {m}; Gedns {n}; Heckmeck {m n}; Fisimatenten {pl}; Brimborium {n} [ugs.]
ein Tamtam Gedns um jdn. etw. machen
ein Riesentheater um etw. machen
fuss; to-do; foofaraw; kerfuffle [Br.]; hoo-ha [Br.] [coll.]
to kick up make a fuss about sth.; to make a meal (out) of sth. [Br.] [Austr.]
to make a great song and dance about sth. [Br.]
Flu
river
Flusslauf
course of a river
entlang, weiter, vorwrts {adv}
am Fluss entlang
Dort entlang, bitte!
along
along the river
That way please!
entlang; weiter; vorwrts {adv}
am Fluss entlang
Dort entlang bitte!
along
along the river
That way please!
Null {f}; Nuller {m} [s.] (Ziffer Zahl) [math.]
Nullen {pl}
nicht Null
ber Null
unter Null
null Komma zwei
0 02 mm - Null Komma null zwei Millimeter
203004 - zwei null drei null null vier (Telefonnummer)
nachfolgende Nullen [math.]
Eine Million ist 1 mit 6 angehngten Nullen.
Beim Realittsbezug bekommt die Sendung null von zehn Punkten von mir.
mit Nullen auffllen
zero; nought [Br.]; naught [Br.]
zeros; zeroes (rare)
non-zero
above zero
below zero
zero nought point two
0.02 mm - Nought-point-nought-two millimetres [Br.]; Point-zero-two millimeters [Am.]
two O three double-O four (telephone number)
trailing zeros
A million is 1 with 6 zeros noughts after it.
I give the programme zero nought out of ten for reality.
to zeroize [eAm.]; to zeroise [Br.]
Einzugsgebiet {n}; Flussgebiet {n} [geogr.]
Einzugsgebiete {pl}; Flussgebiete {pl}
river basin; drainage basin area; catchment gathering feeding ground; hydrographic basin
river basins; drainage basin areas; catchment gathering feeding grounds; hydrographic basins
Chef {m}; Boss {m} [ugs.]
Chefs {pl}; Bosse {pl}
Chefin {f}
boss; foreman; gaffer [Br.]; governor [Br.]; guv [Br.] [coll.]; honcho [Am.] [coll.]
bosses; foremen; gaffers; governors; guvs; honchos
female boss
Yonne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Yonne (river)
Wien {f}; Wienfluss {m} [geogr.]
Wien (river)
Flussbett
river bed
White River {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
White (river)
Flussschifffahrt {f}, Fluschiffahrt {f} [alt]
river navigation
Flussschlamm {m}
river mud
Weser {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Weser (river)
Wiljui {m}; Wilui {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vilyuy (river)
Wjatka {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vyatka (river)
Yellowstone {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Yellowstone (river)
Ybbs {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ybbs (river)
Flussbegradigung {f}
straightening of a river
Yalong {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Yalong (river)
Flussfahrt {f}
river ride
Flussfund {m}
river find
Wytschegda {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vychegda (river)
Wolga {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Volga (river)
Flussstrecke {f}
reach of a river
Werra {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Werra (river)
Weichsel {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vistula (river)
Perlfluss {m}; Perlstrom {m} [geogr.]
Pearl (river)
Pecos {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Pecos (river)
Peace River {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Peace River
(Rio) Paraná {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Paraná (river)
Flussdelfine {pl} [zool.]
river dolphins
Volta {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Volta (river)
Volturno {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Volturno (river)
Vorderrhein {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vorderrhein (river)
Elbe {f} [geogr.]
Elbe (river)
Mackenzie River {m} [geogr.]
Mackenzie River
Flukiebitz {m} [ornith.]
River Lapwing
Rio Apurimac {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Apurimac (river)
Ufertachuri {m} [ornith.]
River Tyrannulet
Uferschnpper {m} [ornith.]
River Flycatcher
Warthe {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Warta (river)
Flussverschmutzung {f} (durch Schadstoffe) [envir.]
river pollution
Petschora {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Pechora (river)
Flusspferde
river horses
Mesen {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mezen (river)
Murrumbidgee {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Murrumbidgee (river)
Naarn {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Naarn (river)
Narmada {f}; Nerbudda {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Narmada (river)
Naryn {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Naryn (river)
Neckar {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Neckar (river)
Nelson {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Nelson (river)
Newa {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Neva (river)
Niger {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Niger (river)
Murray {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Murray; River Murray (river)
Muresch {m}; Mieresch {m}; Marosch {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mures (river)
Milk {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Milk (river)
Mississippi {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mississippi (river)
Missouri {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Missouri (river)
Moldau {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vltava (river)
Mosel {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Moselle (river)
Moskwa {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Moskva (river)
Mulde {f}; vereinte vereinigte Mulde {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mulde (river)
Mur {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mur (river)
Nil {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Nile (river)
Ob {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ob (river)
Berkel {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Berkel (river)
Ottawa {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ottawa (river)
Padma {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Padma (river)
Yukon {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Yukon (river)
Flussufer
river-bank
Flubett
bed of a river
Ysper {f}; Isper {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ysper (river)
durch einen Fluss schwimmen
to swim across a river
verraten und verkauft sein
to be sold down the river
Ombrone {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ombrone (river)
Oljokma {f}; Olekma {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Olyokma (river)
Oder {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Oder (river)
Oglio {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Oglio (river)
Ognon {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ognon (river)
Ohio {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ohio (river)
Binnenschiff {n}
Flussschiff {n}
river boat
river boat
Oise {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Oise (river)
Oka {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Oka (river)
Okawango {m}; Kawango {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Okavango (river)
Flussschiffahrt
river navigation
Aveyron {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aveyron (river)
Reno {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Reno (river)
Saar {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Saar (river)
Sawe {f}; Save {f}; Sau {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Sava (river)
Thaya {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Thaya (river)
Tessin {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ticino (river)
Salzach {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Salzach (river)
Sarthe {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Sarthe (river)
Saskatchewan {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Saskatchewan (river)
Ruhr {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ruhr (river)
Reuss {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Reuss (river)
Tigris {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tigris (river)
Rhone {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Rhone (river)
Tiber {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tiber (river)
Rio Ucayali {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ucayali (river)
Thur {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Thur (river)
Themse {f} [geogr.] (Fluss)
Thames (river)
roter Fluss {m} [geogr.]
Red River
Schelde {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Scheldt (river)
Tennessee {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tennessee (river)
Schwechat {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Schwechat (river)
Tanaro {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tanaro (river)
Tajo {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tagus (river)
Tagliamento {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tagliamento (river)
Krmmung {f}, Schleife {f} (eines Flusses)
bight (of a river)
Spree {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Spree (river)
Suna {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Suna (river)
Suchona {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Sukhona (river)
Swir {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Svir (river)
Somme {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Somme (river)
Snake {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Snake (river)
Secchia {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Secchia (river)
Tarn {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tarn (river)
Seine {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Seine (river)
Seja {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Zeya (river)
Tarim {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tarim (river)
Senegal {m} (Fluss)
Senegal (river)
Sepik {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Sepik (river)
Shebelle {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Shebelle (river)
Krmmung {f}; Schleife {f} (eines Flusses)
bight (of a river)
Tobol {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tobol (river)
Piave {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Piave (river)
Rio Beni {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Beni (river)
Rio Bermejo {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Bermejo (river)
stromaufwrts; flussaufwrts {adv}
up the river; upstream
Flusssohle {f} [geogr.]
river bottom
Rio Salado {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Salado (river)
Rio Xingu {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Xingu (river)
Flussschotter {m}
river gravel
Rio Caine {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Caine (river)
Rio Iriri {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Iriri (river)
Rio Juruena {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Juruena (river)
Gewsserufer {n}
river bank
Pielach {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Pielach (river)
Vitim {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vitim (river)
Platte {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Platte (river)
Po {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Po (river)
Vilaine {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vilaine (river)
Vienne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vienne (river)
Rio Huallaga {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Huallaga (river)
Rio Cauca {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Cauca (river)
Rio Madeira {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Madeira (river)
Vaal {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Vaal (river)
Rio Araguaia {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Araguaia (river)
Tschenab {m}; Tschinab {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Chenab (river)
Río Pilcomayo {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Pilcomayo (river)
Río Magdalena {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Magdalena (river)
Traun {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Traun (river)
Flusshaltung {f} [geogr.]
pond of a river
Traisen {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Traisen (river)
Rabnitz {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Repce (river)
Tulln {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tulln (river)
Flussschifffahrt {f}
river navigation
Ural {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ural (river)
Rio Paraguay {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Paraguay (river)
Rio Purus {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Purus (river)
Rio Rocha {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Rocha (river)
Rio Tapajós {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tapajós (river)
Rio Tietê {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tietê (river)
Rio Tocantins {m}; Rio Tokantins {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Tocantins (river)
Ranna {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ranna (river)
Ili {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ili (river)
Aller {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aller (river)
Dnister {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Dniester (river)
Allier {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Allier (river)
Irtysch {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Irtysh (river)
Detroit {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Detroit (river)
Desna {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Desna (river)
Isère {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Isère (river)
Isar {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Isar (river)
Dordogne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Dordogne (river)
Innbach {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Innbach (river)
Don {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Don (river)
Ill {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ill (river)
Iller {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Iller (river)
Indigirka {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Indigirka (river)
Indre {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Indre (river)
Indus {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Indus (river)
Aldan {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aldan (river)
Inn {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Inn (river)
Ischim {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ishim (river)
Darling {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Darling (river)
Cumberland {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Cumberland (river)
Brenta {m}; Brenta {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Brenta (river)
Colorado {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Colorado (river)
Cimarron {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Cimarron (river)
Kama {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kama (river)
Churchill {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Churchill (river)
Kamp {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kamp (river)
Kander {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kander (river)
Columbia {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Columbia (river)
Juruá {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Juruá (river)
Creuse {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Creuse (river)
Isle {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Isle (river)
Amazonas {m}; Amazonasstrom {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Amazon (river)
Jamuna {f}; Jumna {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Yamuna (river)
Jefferson {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Jefferson (river)
Jordan {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Jordan (river)
Juba {m}; Jubba {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Jubba (river)
Dnepr {m}; Dnjepr {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Dnieper (river)
Finlay {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Finlay (river)
Etsch {f} (Fluss)
Adige (river)
Essequibo {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Esequibo (river)
Gila {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Gila (river)
Godavari {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Godavari (river)
Green {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Green (river)
Guadiana {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Guadiana (river)
Erlauf {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Erlauf (river)
Ausbau {m} von Flssen
river training
Georgina {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Georgina (river)
Gartempe {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Gartempe (river)
Fly {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Fly (river)
Fraser {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Fraser (river)
Eure {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Eure (river)
Euphrat {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Euphrates (river)
Fulda {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Fulda (river)
Gambia {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Gambia (river)
Garonne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Garonne (river)
Guaviare {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Guaviare (river)
Enns {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Enns (river)
Ems {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ems (river)
Durance {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Durance (river)
Fischa {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Fischa (river)
Dub {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Doubs (river)
Dronne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Dronne (river)
Donau {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Danube (river)
Adour {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Adour (river)
Aisne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aisne (river)
Aist {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aist (river)
Adda {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Adda (river)
Aare {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aar (river)
Gusen {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Gusen (river)
Elde {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Elde (river)
Havel {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Havel (river)
Elbe {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Elbe (river)
Eger {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ohre (river)
Ebro {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ebro (river)
Dna {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Daugava (river)
Hinterrhein {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Hinterrhein (river)
Iguazu {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Iguazu (river)
Lippe {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lippe (river)
Lot {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lot (river)
Limpopo {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Limpopo (river)
Mackenzie River {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mackenzie (river)
Leitha {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Leitha (river)
Chindwin {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Chindwin (river)
Lech {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lech (river)
Arkansas {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Arkansas (river)
Armançon {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Armançon (river)
Mayenne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mayenne (river)
Mamoré {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mamoré (river)
Leine {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Leine (river)
Benue {m}; Binue {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Benue (river)
Lahn {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lahn (river)
Marañón {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Marañón (river)
Arno {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Arno (river)
Liao {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Liao (river)
Brahmaputra {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Brahmaputra (river)
Loire {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Loire (river)
Chatanga {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Khatanga (river)
Charente {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Charente (river)
Linth {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Linth (river)
Canadian {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Canadian (river)
Lomami {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lomami (river)
Breg {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Breg (river)
Limmat {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Limmat (river)
Angara {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Angara (river)
Anadyr {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Anadyr (river)
Brazos {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Brazos (river)
Liard {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Liard (river)
Loir {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Loir (river)
Maas {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Meuse (river)
Lena {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lena (river)
March {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Morava (river)
Belaja {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Belaya (river)
Krems {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Krems (river)
Mekong {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Mekong (river)
Kolyma {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kolyma (river)
Melk {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Melk (river)
Cher {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Cher (river)
Kocher {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kocher (river)
Aube {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aube (river)
Aude {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aude (river)
Athabasca {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Athabasca (river)
Aschach {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Aschach (river)
Jialing {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Jialing (river)
Kuban {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kuban (river)
Barcoo {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Barcoo (river)
Krischna {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Krishna (river)
Kur {f}; Kura {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Kura (river)
Katun {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Katun (river)
Marne {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Marne (river)
Unterlauf {m} (eines Flusses)
lower course (of a river)
Handwaschbecken {n}; Waschbecken {n}
Handwaschbecken {pl}; Waschbecken {pl}
wash-hand basin [Br.]; handbasin [Br.]; washbasin [Br.]; basin [Br.]; bathroom sink [Am.]; lavatory [Am.]
wash-hand basins; handbasins; washbasins; basins; bathroom sinks; lavatories
Kartoffelchips {pl}; Chips {pl} [cook.]
geriffelte Chips
gewrzte Chips; Chips mit Aroma
Ofenchips {pl}
Stapelchips {pl}
potato crisps [Br.]; crisps [Br.]; potato chips [Am.]; chips [Am.]
crinkle-cut crisps [Br.] chips [Am.]
flavoured crisps [Br.]; flavored chips [Am.]
oven crisps [Br.] chips [Am.]; oven-cooked crisps [Br.] chips [Am.]
stack crisps [Br.]; stack chips [Am.]
Putzfrau {f}; Putzhilfe {f}; Reinemachfrau {f} [Mitteldt.] [Norddt.]; Aufwartefrau {f}; Aufwartung {f} [Nordostdt.]; Zugehfrau {f} [Bayr.] [Wests.]; Zugeherin {f} [Sddt.] [Wests.]; Bedienerin {f} [s.]; Aufrumerin {f} [s.]; Putzerin {f} [s.]; Spettfrau {f} [Schw.]; Spetterin {f} [Schw.]
Putzfrauen {pl}; Putzhilfen {pl}; Reinemachfrauen {pl}; Aufwartefrauen {pl}; Aufwartungen {pl}; Zugehfrauen {pl}; Zugeherinnen {pl}; Bedienerinnen {pl}; Aufrumerinnen {pl}; Putzerinnen {pl}; Spettfrauen {pl}; Spetterinnen {pl}
Putze {f} [ugs.]
cleaning lady; cleaner; charlady [Br.]; charwoman [Br.] (dated)
cleaning ladies; cleaners
char [Br.] [coll.]; cleaner
etw. schwnzen; spritzen [s.] {vt} (Schulstunde Vorlesung etc.) [school] [stud.]
schwnzend; spritzend
geschwnzt; gespritzt
Schule schwnzen; Schule stageln [Wien]
to truant from sth. [Br.]; to play truant from sth. [Br.]; to bunk off <> sth. [Br.]; to skive sth. [Br.]; to skip sth. [Am.] (class lecture etc.)
truanting; playing truant; bunking off; skiving; skipping
truanted; played truant; bunked off; skived; skipped
to skive off school [Br.]; to bunk off school [Br.]; to skip school classes [Am.]; to cut school classes [Am.]; to wagg skip classes school [Austr.]; to play hookey hooky from school [Am.] (old-fashioned)
São Francisco {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
São Francisco (river)
Lubilasch {m}; Sankuru {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Lubilanji; Sankuru (river)
weie Elster {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
White Elster (river)
Argun {m}; Ergun {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Argun; Ergune (river)
Mandrierung {f}; Mandern {n} (Fluss)
meandering; meanders (river)
Duero {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Douro; Duero (river)
Aue {f}, Au {f}
river meadow, floodplain
Saane {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Saane; Sarine (river)
Saône {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Saône (river)
Rio Paraíba {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Paraíba (river)
Satluj {m}; Satlej {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Satluj; Sutlej (river)
Laufwasser-
run-of-the-river {adj}
Raba {f} (Fluss in Polen) [geogr.]
Raba (river in Poland)
Shire {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Shire; Chire (river)
Uferabrasion {f}
abrasion of river banks
nrdliche Dwina {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Northern Dvina (river)

Deutsche Synonyme fr Putumayo {m}; Içá {m} (BR) (Fluss) [geogr.]

geogr  
Bayerischer  Rundfunk  BR  
Br  (Symbol)  Brom  
fluss  
Durchfluss  Fluss  
Fluss  Strahl  Strang  
Fluss  Strom  Wasserlauf  
Gelber  Fluss  Huang  He  Hwangho  
Br (Symbol)  Brom  
Fluss  Strahl  Strang  
Fluss  Strom  Wasserlauf  
Gelber Fluss  Huang He  Hwangho  

Englische Synonyme fr Putumayo; Içá

Lexikoneintrge fr Putumayo Içá (BR) (river)

River (n.) One who rives or splits.
River (n.) A large stream of water flowing in a bed or channel and emptying into the ocean, a sea, a lake, or another stream
River (n.) Fig.: A large stream
River (v. i.) To hawk by the side of a river

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Battle of the Marne
Belleau Wood
Chateau-Thierry
Marne River
a World War I battle in northwestern France where the Allies defeated the Germans in
Granicus
Battle of Granicus River
the battle in which Alexander won his first major victory against the Persians ( BC)
Metaurus River a battle during the second Punic War ( BC), Hannibal's brother Hasdrubal was defeated by the Romans which ended Hannibal's hopes for success in Italy
Meuse
Meuse River
Argonne
Argonne Forest
Meuse-Argonne
Meuse-Argonne operation
an American operation in World War I (), American troops under Pershing drove back the German armies which were saved only by the armistice on November
Somme Somme River Battle of the Somme battle in World War I ()
Somme Somme River Battle of the Somme battle of World War II ()
Yalu River a battle in the Korean War (November ), when UN troops advanced north to the Yalu River , Chinese troops crossed the river and drove them back
cooter
river cooter
Pseudemys concinna
large river turtle of the southern United States and northern Mexico
river limpet
freshwater limpet
Ancylus fluviatilis
minute conical gastropod superficially resembling a limpet but living and feeding on freshwater plants
longlawed prawn
river prawn
Palaemon australis
large (a foot or more) edible freshwater prawn common in Australian rivers
river dolphin any of several long-snouted usually freshwater dolphins of South America and southern Asia
hippopotamus
hippo
river horse
Hippopotamus amphibius
massive thick-skinned herbivorous animal living in or around rivers of tropical Africa
river otter
Lutra canadensis
sociable aquatic animal widely distributed along streams and lake borders in North America
river shad
Alosa chrysocloris
shad that spawns in streams of the Mississippi drainage, very similar to Alosa sapidissima
Australian arowana
Dawson River salmon
saratoga
spotted barramundi
spotted bonytongue
Scleropages leichardti
a species of large fish found in Australian rivers
New River Gorge Bridge a steel arch bridge across New River at Fayetteville, West Virginia
river boat a boat used on rivers or to ply a river
anchovy pear
river pear
West Indian fruit resembling the mango, often pickled
river prawn large Australian prawn
Red Brigades
Brigate Rosse
BR
a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization that arose out of a student protest movement in the late s, wants to separate Italy from NATO and advocates violence in the service of class warfare and revolution, mostly inactive since
Hudson River school
romantic realism
the first coherent school of American art, active from to , painted wilderness landscapes of the Hudson River valley and surrounding New England
river basin
basin
watershed drainage basin catchment area
catchment basin
drainage area
the entire geographical area drained by a river and its tributaries, an area characterized by all runoff being conveyed to the same outlet, flood control in the Missouri basin
East River a tidal strait separating Manhattan and the Bronx from Queens and Brooklyn
Harlem River a channel separating Manhattan from the Bronx
Aare
Aar
Aare River
a river in north central Switzerland that runs northeast into the Rhine
Acheron
River Acheron
(Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which the souls of the dead were carried by Charon
Adige
River Adige
a river in northern Italy that flows southeast into the Adriatic Sea, Verona is on the Adige
Aire
River Aire
Aire River
a river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire
Alabama
Alabama River
a river in Alabama formed by the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers near Montgomery, flows southwestward to become a tributary of the Mobile River
Allegheny
Allegheny River
a river that rises in Pennsylvania and flows north into New York and then back south through Pennsylvania again to join the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh which is the beginning of the Ohio River
Amazon
Amazon River
a major South American river, arises in the Andes and flows eastward into the South Atlantic, the world's nd longest river ( miles)
Amur
Amur River
Heilong Jiang
Heilong
an Asian river between China and Russia, flows into the Sea of Okhotsk
Angara
Angara River
Tunguska
Upper Tunguska
a river in southeastern Siberia that flows northwest from Lake Baikal to become a tributary of the Yenisei River
Apalachicola
Apalachicola River
a river in northwestern Florida formed by the confluence of the Chattahoochee River and the Flint River at the Florida border
Araguaia
Araguaia River
Araguaya
Araguaya River
a river in central Brazil that flows generally northward (with many falls) to join the Tocantins River
Argun
Argun River
Ergun He
a river in eastern Asia that arises in China and flows northeast along the border between China and Russia to become a tributary of the Amur River
Arkansas
Arkansas River
a river that rises in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and flows southeast through Kansas and Oklahoma and through Arkansas to become a tributary of the Mississippi River
Arno
Arno River
River Arno
a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian Sea
Avon
River Avon
Upper Avon
Upper Avon River
a river in central England that flows through Stratford-on-Avon and empties into the Severn
Avon River Avon a river in southwestern England rising in Gloucestershire and flowing through Bristol to empty into the estuary of the Severn
Bighorn
Bighorn River
a river that flows from central Wyoming to the Yellowstone River in southern Montana
Big Sioux River a river that rises in northeastern South Dakota and flows southward to join the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa
Brahmaputra
Brahmaputra River
an Asian river, flows into the Bay of Bengal
Brazos
Brazos River
a river that rises in Mexico and flows across Texas into the Gulf of Mexico
Caloosahatchee
Caloosahatchee River
a river in southern Florida that flows westerly to the Gulf of Mexico, forms the western end of the Cross-Florida Waterway
Cam
River Cam
Cam River
a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River
Canadian
Canadian River
a river rising in northeastern New Mexico and flowing eastward across the Texas panhandle to become a tributary of the Arkansas River in Oklahoma
Cape Fear River a river in North Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic Ocean at Cape Fear
Charles
Charles River
a river in eastern Massachusetts that empties into Boston Harbor and that separates Cambridge from Boston
Chattahoochee
Chattahoochee River
a river rising in northern Georgia and flowing southwest and south to join the Flint River at the Florida border where they form the Apalachicola River
Cimarron
Cimarron River
a river that rises in northeastern New Mexico and flows eastward into Oklahoma where it becomes a tributary of the Arkansas River
Clinch River a river that rises in southwestern Virginia and flows generally southwestward across eastern Tennessee to the Tennessee River
Cocytus
River Cocytus
(Greek mythology) a river in Hades that was said to be a tributary of the Acheron
Colorado
Colorado River
an important river in the southwestern United States, rises in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado and flows southwest through Utah into Arizona (where it flows through the Grand Canyon) and then southward through the southern tip of Nevada, then forming the border between California and Arizona and finally into Mexico where it empties into the Gulf of California, the main source of water in the southwestern United States
Colorado Colorado River a river in Texas, flows southeast into the Gulf of Mexico
Columbia
Columbia River
a North American river, rises in southwestern Canada and flows southward across Washington to form the border between Washington and Oregon before emptying into the Pacific, known for its salmon runs in the spring
Congo
Congo River
Zaire River
a major African river (one of the world's longest), flows through Congo into the South Atlantic
Connecticut
Connecticut River
a river in the northeastern United States, flows south from northern New Hampshire along the border between New Hampshire and Vermont and through Massachusetts and Connecticut where it empties into Long Island Sound
Coosa
Coosa River
river that rises in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest through eastern Alabama to join the Tallapoosa River near Montgomery and form the Alabama River
Cumberland
Cumberland River
a river that rises in southeastern Kentucky and flows westward through northern Tennessee to become a tributary of the Ohio River in southwestern Kentucky
Danube
Danube River
Danau
the nd longest European river (after the Volga), flows from southwestern Germany to the Black Sea, Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are on the banks of the Danube
Darling
Darling River
an Australian river, tributary of the Murray River
Delaware
Delaware River
a river that rises in the Catskills in southeastern New York and flows southward along the border of Pennsylvania with New York and New Jersey to northern Delaware where it empties into Delaware Bay
Detroit River a short river flowing from Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie along the border between the United States and Canada, one the busiest inland waterways in the world
Dnieper
Dnieper River
a river that rises in Russia near Smolensk and flowing south through Belarus and Ukraine to empty into the Black Sea
Don
Don River
a European river in southwestern Russia, flows into the Sea of Azov
Ebro
Ebro River
a river in northeastern Spain, flows into the Mediterranean
Elbe
Elbe River
a river in central Europe that arises in northwestern Czechoslovakia and flows northward through Germany to empty into the North Sea
Elizabeth River a short river in southeastern Virginia flowing between Norfolk and Portsmouth into Hampton Roads
Euphrates
Euphrates River
a river in southwestern Asia, flows into the Persian Gulf, was important in the development of several great civilizations in ancient Mesopotamia
Flint
Flint River
a river in western Georgia that flows generally south to join the Chattahoochee River at the Florida border where they form the Apalachicola River
Forth
Forth River
a river in southern Scotland that flows eastward to the Firth of Forth
Fox River a river in Wisconsin that flows into Lake Michigan
Ganges
Ganges River
an Asian river, rises in the Himalayas and flows east into the Bay of Bengal, a sacred river of the Hindus
Gan Jiang
Kan River
a river in southeastern China that flows generally north into the Chang Jiang to the north of Nanchang
Garonne
Garonne River
a river that rises in the Pyrenees and flows northwest to the Bay of Biscay
Gila
Gila River
a river that rises in western New Mexico and flows westward through southern Arizona to become a tributary of the Colorado River
Grand River a river in southern Michigan that flows northwest to empty into Lake Michigan
Green
Green River
a river that rises in western Wyoming and flows southward through Utah to become a tributary of the Colorado River
Housatonic
Housatonic River
a river that rises in western Massachusetts and flows south through Connecticut to empty into Long Island Sound
Huang He
Hwang Ho
Yellow River
a major river of Asia in northern China, flows generally eastward into the Yellow Sea, carries large quantities of yellow silt to its delta
Hudson
Hudson River
a New York river, flows southward into New York Bay, explored by Henry Hudson early in the th century
IJssel
IJssel river
a river in the central Netherlands flowing north to the IJsselmeer
Illinois River a river in Illinois that flows southwest to the Mississippi River
Indigirka
Indigirka River
a river in far eastern Siberia that flows generally northward to the Arctic Ocean
Indus
Indus River
an Asian river that rises in Tibet and flows through northern India and then southwest through Kashmir and Pakistan to the Arabian Sea, the valley of the Indus was the site of an early civilization
Irrawaddy
Irrawaddy River
the main river of Myanmar rising in the north and flowing south through the length of Burma to empty into the Andaman Sea
Irtish
Irtish River
Irtysh
Irtysh River
an Asian river that rises in the Altai Mountains in northern China and flows generally northwest to become a tributary of the Ob River
Isere
Isere River
a river in southeastern France, a tributary of the Rhone
James
James River
a river that rises in North Dakota and flows southward across South Dakota to the Missouri
James James River a river in Virginia that flows east into Chesapeake Bay at Hampton Roads
Jordan
Jordan River
a river in Palestine that empties into the Dead Sea, John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the Jordan
Kanawha
Kanawha River
a tributary of the Ohio River in West Virginia
Kansas
Kansas River
Kaw River
a river in northeastern Kansas, flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River
Kasai
Kasai River
River Kasai
a river of southwestern Africa that rises in central Angola and flows east and then north (forming part of the border between Angola and Congo) and continuing northwest through Congo to empty into the Congo River on the border between Congo and Republic of the Congo
Kissimmee
Kissimmee River
a river of central Florida that flows southward to Lake Okeechobee
Klamath
Klamath River
a river flowing southwest from Oregon through northern California to the Pacific Ocean
Kura
Kura River
a river in western Asia, rises in northeast Turkey and flows to the Caspian Sea
Lehigh River a river in eastern Pennsylvania that flows southeast into the Delaware River
Lena
Lena River
a Russian river in Siberia, flows northward into the Laptev Sea

 

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