Türkçeden İngilizceye Çeviri Sonucu
- A lake is a large body of water surrounded by land on all sides Really huge lakes are often called seas. lak.
- A basin of variable size and shape that is permanently inundated with water Landscape - The visual appearance of natural and manmade environments Leaching/Leachate - The process by which materials such as organic matter and mineral salts are washed out of a layer of soil or dumped material by being dissolved by or suspended in percolating rainwater; the material washed out is known as leachate Leachates can pollute groundwater and waterways Lentic - Standing water bodies e g lakes Levee - An artificial embankment or wall built to exclude flood waters, or a natural formation adjacent to a waterway built by the deposition of silt from floodwaters Litre - Unit of volume equal to one cubic decimetre Lotic - Flowing waters e g streams.
- A basin of variable size and shape that is permanently inundated with water. n danau.
- A generally permanent inland body of fresh water of considerable size occupying a basin or hollow in the earth's surface. a pigment made up of organic coloring matter with an inorganic base or carrier.
- An inland body of standing water, an expanded part of a river, or an impoundment formed by a dam 'Small lakes' are fishing impoundments, usually 5 to 25 acres in area.
- In caving, a body of standing water in a cave Cave - Parts of Ref JJ. a body of fresh water which is entirely or nearly surrounded by land. body of still water lying in depressed ground without direct communication with the sea Lakes are common in formerly glaciated regions, along the courses of slow rivers, and in low land near the sea. a body of water completely surrounded by land.
- A body standing water found on the Earth's continental land masses The water in a lake is normally fresh Also see eutrophic lake, mesotrophic lake, and oligotrophic lake. a large body of water completely surrounded by land LAND the solid part of the earth's surface LANDFORM refers to different types of shapes that can be created on the surface of the earth. an inland body of water, usually fresh water, formed by glaciers, river drainage etc Usually larger than a pool or pond. A considerable body of inland water or an expanded part of a river. n a considerable inland body of stnading water. a large inland body of fresh or salt water.
- A large body of water, typically freshwater, which can be formed by glaciers, river drainage, surface water runoff, or ground water seepage Lakes provide an area for recreational activity and a habitat for wildlife They are particularly important to migrating wildlife. n an inland body of water, usually fresh water, formed by glaciers, river drainage, etc , larger than a pool or pond.
- A body of water completely surrounded by land.
- Large body of water into which a kid will jump should his friends do so.
- A body of fresh or salt water entirely surrounded by land Lake Como in Italy is a fresh water lake, but the Great Salt Lake has salt water.
- A body of fresh or salt water entirely surrounded by land.
- a body of water surrounded by land. a purplish red pigment prepared from lac or cochineal. any of numerous bright translucent organic pigments.
- varnished. lacquered. shellacked. lacquer.
- A large body of water contained in a depression of the earth's surface, and supplied from the drainage of a more or less extended area. a body of water surrounded by land any of numerous bright translucent organic pigments a purplish red pigment prepared from lac or cochineal.
- To play; to sport.
- A kind of fine white linen, formerly in use.
- A pigment formed by combining some coloring matter, usually by precipitation, with a metallic oxide or earth, esp. with aluminium hydrate; as, madder lake; Florentine lake; yellow lake, etc.