white water

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الإنجليزية - التركية
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white water rafting
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white water rafting
(Spor) Rafting or white water rafting iş the challenging recreational outdoor activity of using an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other bodies of water. This iş usually döne on white water or different degrees of rough water, in order to thrill and excite the raft passengers
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Any turbulent or frothy water as found in river rapids or surf

The boat's wake left two strands of white water that glistened in the moonlight.

Turbulent conditions
Turbulent or frothy water, as in rapids or surf
frothy water as in rapids or waterfalls
water white
colourless and transparent like pure water
Alternative spelling of white water
white-water rafting
White-water rafting is the activity of riding on a raft over rough, dangerous parts of a fast-flowing river
Refers to the white foaming water produced when a river drips abruptly It can range from a slight riffle to a major waterfall Whitewater is produced in rivers and streams with adequate gradient and flow rate Both are necessary For example, most streams with an overall gradient of 20 feet per mile will produce whitewater There must, of course, be sufficient flow to float your boat High volume rivers often produce large rapids even though they have a slighter gradient The Colorado River through the Grand Canyon has a gradient of nine feet per mile Gradients above 50 feet per mile usually produce demanding whitewater One hundred feet per mile is a severe gradient, although small creeks with gradients in excess of 200 feet per mile are regularly run by top paddlers Conversely, large volumes of water moving down low gradient rivers will not produce whitewater
A dangerous disease of sheep
[top] Moving water, typically associated with rivers
US, alternative spelling of white water
a part of a river that looks white because the water is running very quickly over rocks
The type of water created by rapids, so called from the white foam created on the water's surface As an adjective, it describes slalom racing, which takes place in such water
white water


    White wa·ter

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    hwayt wôtır


    /ˈhwīt ˈwôtər/ /ˈhwaɪt ˈwɔːtɜr/

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    [ 'hwIt, 'wIt ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English hwIt; akin to Old High German hwIz white and probably to Old Church Slavonic svetu light, Sanskrit sveta white, bright.

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