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marsh
{i} bataklık

Onlar bataklıktan geçtiler. - They got through the marsh.

Bataklıkta birçok balıkçıl yaşar. - Lots of herons live in the marsh.

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batak

Bataklık diz boyudur. - The marsh is knee-deep.

Onlar bataklıktan geçtiler. - They got through the marsh.

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marş

Bu marşmelov harikaymış. - This marshmallow is perfect.

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Fulica atra
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marsh grass gö1otu
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Rallus aquaticus
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malarya
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marsh hen su tavuğu
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marsh fever sıtma
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marsh mal low hatmi
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marsh gas bataklıktan çıkan metan gazı
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su yelvesi
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marsh marigold
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Althaea officinalis
İngilizce - İngilizce
mareis
marish

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A topographic surname for someone living by a marsh
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{n} a fen, bog, swamp, watery ground
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wetland, swamp, or bog
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A low-lying tract of soft wetland that is usually seasonally or tidally flooded or wet and is often dominated by one or a few plant species, especially grasses
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low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water; "thousands of acres of marshland"; "the fens of eastern England"
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An area of shallow open water, surrounded by aquatic vegetation like cattails, bulrushes, and sedges Marshes are very rich in nutrients
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Wetland without trees; in North America, this type of land is characterized by cattails and rushes
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A wetland that is usually submerged in shallow water and whose vegetation is dominated by herbs
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{i} low lands which are usually covered partially or entirely with water; swamp; morass
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A type of wetland that does not accumulate appreciable peat deposits and is dominated by herbacious vegetation Marshes may be fresh- or saltwater, tidal or nontidal (Source: Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, 1990)
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low-lying wetland area
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(1) A tract of soft, wet land, usually vegetated by reeds, grasses and occasionally small shrubs (2) (SMP) Soft, wet area periodically or continuously flooded to a shallow depth, usually characterized by a particular subclass of grasses, cattails and other low plants
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An area of low, wet land, characterized by shallow, stagnant water and plant life dominated by grasses and cattails (marais)
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An area of low-lying wetland
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A wetland where the dominant vegetation is non-woody plants, such as salt grasses and sedges, as opposed to a swamp, where the dominant vegetation consists of woody plants such as trees and shrubs
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an area periodically inundated and treeless and often characterized by grasses, cattails, and other monocotyledons
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A tract of soft wet land, commonly covered partially or wholly with water; a fen; a swamp; a morass
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A treeless wetland characterized by certain plants that are adapted to living in wet conditions
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A marsh is a wet, muddy area of land. = bog. New Zealand writer known for her detective novels, including A Man Lay Dead (1934) and Last Ditch (1977). American painter whose works, such as Why Not Use the 'L? and The Bowery (both 1930), depict life in New York City. An area of soft, wet, low-lying land, characterized by grassy vegetation and often forming a transition zone between water and land. an area of low flat ground that is always wet and soft bog, swamp swamp. Freshwater or marine wetland ecosystem characterized by poorly drained mineral soils and by plant life dominated by grasses. Fewer plant species grow in marshes than on well-watered but not waterlogged land; grasses, sedges, and reeds or rushes are most common. Commercially, rice is by far the most important freshwater marsh plant: it supplies a major portion of the world's grain. Salt marshes are formed on intertidal land by seawater flooding and draining, and salt-marsh grasses will not grow on permanently flooded flats. See also swamp. marsh gas marsh mallow marsh marigold Marsh Dame Edith Ngaio Marsh Othniel Charles Marsh Reginald Pripet Marshes
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A community of water-tolerant, soft-bodied emergent plants and associated animals usually found in a basin of shallow water or on saturated soils fed primarily by underground water sources Wetlands are characterized by frequent or continual inundation, emergent herbaceous vegetation such as cattails and rushes, and mineral soils
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New Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982)
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United States painter (1898-1954)
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A wetland where plants grow with their roots in water and their tops in the air
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a frequently or continually inundated wetland characterized by vegetation adapted to saturated soil conditions4
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A low-lying track of soft, wet land that provides an important ecosystem for a variety of plant and animal life
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Periodically wet or continually flooded area with the surface not deeply submerged Covered dominantly with sedges, cattails, rushes, or other hydrophytic plants Subclasses include freshwater and saltwater marshes See swamp; miscellaneous land type
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A type of wetland that does not accumulate appreciable peat deposits and is dominated by herbaceous vegetation Marshes may be either fresh or saltwater, tidal or non-tidal (See: wetlands )
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A frequently or continually inundated wetland characterized by emergent herbaceous vegetation adapted to saturated soil conditions
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New Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982) United States painter (1898-1954)
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Nonforest land that characteristically supports low, generally herbaceous or shrubby vegetation, and that is intermittently covered with water
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n (ME mersh, meadowland) a tract of wet land principally inhabitated by emergent herbaceous vegetation
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Wetland community dominated by grasses and sedges
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An area of low, wet land, often with tall grass
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A treeless wetland that is dominated by grasses
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