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mangrove

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    mangrove

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    [English Word] kind of mangrove, Bruguiera gymnorrhiza
    [Swahili Word] muwi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] mangrove
    [Swahili Word] mkandaa
    [Swahili Plural] mikandaa
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
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    [English Word] mangrove
    [English Plural] mangroves
    [Taxonomy] Rhizophora mucronata
    [Swahili Word] mkoko
    [Swahili Plural] mikoko
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [English Definition] coastal tree species of which the wood is used for house building and the bark for the soles of sandals
    [English Example] if you want to buy mangrove in quantity or fish, go to Lamu
    [Swahili Example] ukitaka kununua mikoko kwa wingi ama samaki, nenda Lamu [Masomo 153]
    [Terminology] botany
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    [English Word] mangrove (type of)
    [English Plural] mangroves
    [Taxonomy] Ceriops tagal
    [Swahili Word] mkoko mwekundu
    [Swahili Plural] mikoko miekundu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [English Definition] coastal tree species of which the wood is used for building material, paddles, oars, firewood, charcoal, dyes, and fishing traps
    [Terminology] botany
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    [English Word] mangrove (type of)
    [English Plural] mangroves
    [Taxonomy] Rhizophora mucronata
    [Swahili Word] mkoko magondi
    [Swahili Plural] mikoko magondi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [English Definition] coastal tree species of which the wood is mainly used for building and high quality charcoal, and also for firewood, dyes, medicines, ointments, bow-nets (using roots) fishing traps, and weapons
    [Terminology] botany
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    [English Word] mangrove (type of)
    [English Plural] mangroves
    [Taxonomy] Ceriops tagal
    [Swahili Word] mkandaa
    [Swahili Plural] mikandaa
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [English Definition] coastal tree species of which the wood is used for building material, paddles, oars, firewood, charcoal, dyes, and fishing traps
    [Terminology] botany
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    [English Word] mangrove (type of)
    [English Plural] mangroves
    [Taxonomy] Xylocarpus moluccensis
    [Swahili Word] mkomafi dume
    [Swahili Plural] mikomafi dume
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [English Definition] coastal tree species of which the wood is used for high quality timber, bed construction, window and door frames, charcoal, and firewood
    [Terminology] botany
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    [English Word] mangrove (type of)
    [English Plural] mangroves
    [Taxonomy] Xylocarpus granatum
    [Swahili Word] mkomafi
    [Swahili Plural] mikomafi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
    [English Definition] coastal tree species of which the wood is used especially for canoes and charcoal, and also for firewood, and of which the fruits provide a remedy for stomach aches
    [Terminology] botany
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    [English Word] mangrove variety (Sonneratia caesolaria or acida)
    [Swahili Word] mlilana
    [Swahili Plural] mililana
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] mchu (a species of mangrove, Avicennia marina)
    [Swahili Word] mchu
    [Swahili Plural] michu
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] species of mangrove, Rhizophora mucronata
    [Swahili Word] msizi
    [Swahili Plural] misizi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
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    [English Word] species of mangrove,Rhizophora mucronata;
    [Swahili Word] msindi
    [Swahili Plural] misindi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] species of mangrove,Rhizophora mucronata;
    [Swahili Word] msinzi
    [Swahili Plural] misinzi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    English-Swahili dictionary > mangrove

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    tr['mæŋgrəʊv]
    1 manglar nombre masculino
    mangrove ['mæn.gro:v, 'mæŋ-] n
    : mangle m
    n.
    mangle s.m.
    'mæŋgrəʊv
    noun mangle m; (before n)
    ['mæŋɡrǝʊv]
    1.
    N mangle m
    2.
    CPD
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    ['mæŋgrəʊv]
    noun mangle m; (before n)

    English-spanish dictionary > mangrove

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    noun
    (Bot.) Mangrovebaum, der
    * * *
    man·grove
    [ˈmæŋgrəʊv, AM ˈmængroʊv]
    n Mangrovenbaum m
    * * *
    ['mŋgrəʊv]
    n
    Mangrove(n)baum m
    * * *
    mangrove [ˈmæŋɡrəʊv] s BOT Mangrove([n]baum) f(m)
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    noun
    (Bot.) Mangrovebaum, der
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    n.
    Mangrovenbaum m.

    English-german dictionary > mangrove

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    1. мангровый лес

     

    мангровый лес

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    EN

    mangrove
    Plant communities and trees that inhabit tidal swamps, muddy silt, and sand banks at the mouths of rivers and other low-lying areas which are regularly inundated by the sea, but which are protected from strong waves and currents. Mangroves are the only woody species that will grow where the land is periodically flooded with sea water; individual species have adapted themselves to different tidal levels, to various degrees of salinity, and to the nature of the mud or soil. Mangrove swamps and thickets support hundreds of terrestrial, marine, and amphibian species; have a special role in supporting estuarine fisheries; provide shelter, refuge and food for many forms of wildlife. (Source: GILP96)
    [http://www.eionet.europa.eu/gemet/alphabetic?langcode=en]

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    Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии > mangrove

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    forêt de mangrove; mangrove
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    mangrove ['mæŋgrəʊv]
    manglier m, palétuvier m
    ►► mangrove swamp mangrove f

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    mangrove man∙grove noun • a tropical tree that grows in mud or at the edge of rivers and has roots that are above ground • 红树林植物(生长在淤泥或河边的热带树木,有支柱根暴露在空气中):
    »mangrove swamps
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    ['mæŋgrәuv]
    n. [植]紅樹林

    English-Chinese dictionary > mangrove

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    n. wortelboom
    [ mænggroov]

    English-Dutch dictionary > mangrove

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    bosque de manglar; manglar; mangle
    *

    English-Spanish dictionary of Geography > mangrove

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    Mangrovendickicht; Mangrovenwald
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    English-German geography dictionary > mangrove

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    ˈmæŋɡrəuv сущ.;
    бот. мангровое дерево (ботаника) мангровое дерево( Rhizophora mangle) мангры, мангровые леса mangrove бот. мангровое дерево

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > mangrove

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    mangrove [ˊmæŋgrəυv] n
    бот. ма́нгровое де́рево

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > mangrove

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    N
    1. आम्रकुंज
    Next to the lake is a big mangrove.

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    {'mængrouv}
    n ризофора, мангрово дърво (Rhizophora mangle)
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    {'mangrouv} n ризофора, мангрово дърво (Rhizophora mangle).
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    n ризофора, мангрово дърво (rhizophora mangle)
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    mangrove[´mængrouv] n бот. ризифора, мангрово дърво Rhizophora.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > mangrove

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    ['mæŋgrəʊv]
    nome mangrovia f.
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    mangrove /ˈmæŋgrəʊv/
    n.
    (bot., Rhizophora mangle) mangrovia.
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    ['mæŋgrəʊv]
    nome mangrovia f.

    English-Italian dictionary > mangrove

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    mangrove [ˈmæŋgrəʊv]
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    ['mæŋgrəʊv]
    noun palétuvier m, manglier m

    English-French dictionary > mangrove

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    n. mangrove (träd)

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    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > mangrove

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  • mangrove — [ mɑ̃grɔv ] n. f. • 1902; mot angl., du malais ♦ Bot., Écol. Formation végétale caractéristique des littoraux marins tropicaux, où dominent les palétuviers surélevés sur leurs racines. Les mangroves du sud de la Floride. « il sillonnait la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • mangrove — MANGRÓVE s. pl. (bot., biol.) paletuvieri (pl.). Trimis de siveco, 05.08.2004. Sursa: Sinonime  MANGRÓVE s.f.pl. (bot.) Tip de vegetaţie tropicală formată din arbori şi arbuşti cu rădăcini adventive, caracteristică ţărmurilor maritime… …   Dicționar Român

  • mangrove — mangrovė statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Krūmų ir žemaūgių medžių tankmės sekliuose atogrąžų juostos pajūriuose ir prie upių žiočių, apsemiamos per jūrų potvynius. Yra Afrikoje, Pietryčių Azijoje, Australijoje, Okeanijos… …   Ekologijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • Mangrove — Man grove, n. [Malay manggi manggi.] 1. (Bot.) The name of one or two trees of the genus {Rhizophora} ({Rhizophora Mangle}, and {Rhizophora mucronata}, the last doubtfully distinct) inhabiting muddy shores of tropical regions, where they spread… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mangrove — [maŋ′grōv] n. [altered (infl. by GROVE) < earlier mangrowe < Port mangue < Sp mangle < the WInd (Taino) name] any of various coastal or aquatic tropical trees or shrubs, esp. of the mangrove family, that form large colonies in swamps… …   English World dictionary

  • Mangrove — Mangrove, linker Nebenfluß des Hawkesbury in Australien …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • mangrove — 1610s, mangrow, probably from Sp. mangle, mangue (1530s), which is perhaps from Carib or Arawakan. Modern spelling in English (1690s) is from influence of GROVE (Cf. grove). A Malay origin also has been proposed, but it is difficult to explain… …   Etymology dictionary

  • mangrove — ► NOUN ▪ a tree or shrub which grows in tropical coastal swamps and has tangled roots that grow above ground and form dense thickets. ORIGIN probably from Taino (an extinct Caribbean language); also associated with GROVE(Cf. ↑grove) …   English terms dictionary

  • Mangrove — World mangrove distribution …   Wikipedia

  • Mangrove — Biome de la mangrove Mangrove Caractéristiques Répartition géographique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • mangrove — /mang grohv, man /, n. 1. any tropical tree or shrub of the genus Rhizophora, the species of which are mostly low trees growing in marshes or tidal shores, noted for their interlacing above ground adventitious roots. 2. any of various similar… …   Universalium

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