white horse

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الإنجليزية - التركية
köpüklü dalga
beyaz at
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
heroin, cocaine
a wave that is blown by the wind such that its crest is broken up and appears white and foamy; a whitecap
any of several horse-shaped chalk figures in England, such as the Uffington White Horse
It resembles blubber, but contains no oil
A large mass of tough sinewy substance in the head of sperm whales, just above the upper jaw and extending in streaks into the junk above it
Also, the part of the head in which it occurs
Whitehorse
Capital of the Yukon Territory (Canada)
white horses
plural form of white horse
Vale of the White Horse
Valley, Oxfordshire, England. It is named for the White Horse, a gigantic (374 ft [114 m] long) prehistoric figure of a horse formed by cutting away the turf on the side of a chalk hill. A number of other prehistoric remains are in the vicinity, including the megalith known as Wayland's Smithy. Wantage, an ancient market town in the valley, is said to be the birthplace of Alfred the Great
Whitehorse
{i} capital city of the Yukon Territory (Canada)
Whitehorse
City (pop., 2001: 19,058), capital of Yukon Territory, Canada. Located on the Yukon River, it was founded during the Klondike gold rush (1897-98) as a staging and distribution centre. Robert Service got much of his inspiration for his ballads while working there. The territorial capital since 1952, it is an important transportation centre on the Alaska Highway, as well as an outfitting base for anglers and hunters
white horses
waves in the sea or on a lake that are white at the top American Equivalent: whitecaps
white horses
whitecaps
whitehorse
{i} white-topped wave
whitehorse
the provincial capital of the Yukon Territory
white horse

    الواصلة

    White horse

    التركية النطق

    hwayt hôrs

    النطق

    /ˈhwīt ˈhôrs/ /ˈhwaɪt ˈhɔːrs/

    كلمة اليوم

    impeach
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