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Definition of a valley in English Turkish dictionary

valley
vadi

Vadi yirmi mil genişliğinde. - The valley was twenty miles wide.

Aşağıdaki vadiye baktı. - He looked down at the valley below.

dyke
{i} lezbiyen
vale
{i} dere
valley
{i} dere
dyke
(Jeoloji) dayk
dyke
suyolu
dyke
mecra
dyke
etrafına set çekmek
dyke
kazmak
valley
çukur
dyke
bkz.dike
dyke
{f} etrafına set çek
vale
vadi
valley
dalgalar arasındaki çukur
valley
koyak
dyke
bent
dyke
{i} siper
dyke
i., bak. dike
dyke
{i} set
vale
{i} diyar
vale
elveda
vale
Uğurlar olsun! Güle güle Sağlıcakla kalın!
valley
(Tıp) Çukurcuk
valley
{i} çatı oluğu
English - English
vale
dyke

Let's walk to Devil's Dyke.

valley
Any structure resembling one, e.g., the meeting point of two pitched roofs
valley
{n} a hollow between two hills, a gutter
valley
The internal angle formed by the junction of two sloping sides of a roof
valley
A linear depression in the landscape that slopes down to a stream, lake or the ocean Formed by water and/or ice erosion
valley
The internal angle formed by the two slopes of a roof
valley
The inward angle formed by two intersecting, sloping roof planes Since it naturally becomes a water channel, additional attention to waterproofing it is desirable
valley
The angle formed by two intersecting sloped roof planes Back to alphabetical list
valley
the concave sloping intersection of two roof sections The opposite of a "hip"
valley
Low land between hills and mountains
valley
The place of meeting of two slopes of a roof, which have their plates running in different directions, and form on the plan a reëntrant angle
valley
{i} low area of land located between hills or mountains
valley
Any structure resembling 1, e.g., the meeting point of two pitched roofs
valley
The internal angle or inside corner formed by the junction of two roof planes
valley
The depression formed by the meeting of two slopes on a flat roof
valley
A relatively long, narrow land area lying between two areas of higher elevation, often containing a stream
valley
An internal angle formed where two roof planes meet
valley
Val
valley
vale
valley
The inside angle formed by the meeting of two sloping sides of a roof
valley
An area of low land surrounded by hills or mountains
valley
The internal angle at the intersection of two roof planes where water run-off occurs
valley
A long, narrow land area lying between two areas of higher elevation, often containing a stream
valley
An elongated depression between hills or mountains, often with a river flowing through it
valley
The area which drains into a river
valley
the intersection of two roof slopes
valley
A valley is a low stretch of land between hills, especially one that has a river flowing through it. a wooded valley set against the backdrop of Monte Rosa. the Loire valley. an area of lower land between two lines of hills or mountains, usually with a river flowing through it (valee, from val; VALE). Elongate depression of the Earth's surface. Valleys are commonly drained by rivers and may be in a relatively flat plain or between ranges of hills or mountains. Valleys formed by rivers and slope denudation are typically V-shaped; those formerly occupied by glaciers are characteristically U-shaped. Valley evolution is controlled mainly by climate and rock type. Very narrow, deep valleys cut in resistant rock and having steep, almost vertical sides are called canyons. Smaller valleys of similar appearance are called gorges. Biqa Valley Al Central Valley Cherry Valley Raid Coachella Valley Death Valley Fergana Valley Great Rift Valley Rift Valley Gudbrands Valley Iao Valley Wailuku Valley Imperial Valley Kings Valley of the Kobuk Valley National Park lily of the valley Matapédia Valley rift valley San Fernando Valley Shenandoah Valley Silicon Valley Squaw Valley Ten Thousand Smokes Valley of Tennessee Valley Authority Valley Forge National Historical Park
valley
a long depression in the surface of the land that usually contains a river
valley
The internal intersection of two sloping roof planes that runs from the eaves to the ridge This intersection collects the most water run-off See Open Valley, Closed-Cut Valley, and Woven Valley
valley
Also used figuratively
valley
This is the term used when a coaster can't make it back up a hill To fix this problem the ride has to either be towed up to a high spot and then released, or the cars have to be moved back to the station one by one
valley
The corresponding marks found on either side of a finger image ridge See also "Ridge "
valley
The internal angle formed by the intersection of two sloping roof planes
valley
When a roof is built on top of or joined to another roof a valley is created Water drains into the valley from both roofs and travels together down and off
valley
flat land between mountains
valley
n a long, low area between mountains or hills, with slightly downward sloping floors, generally carved by meandering rivers
valley
The space inclosed between ranges of hills or mountains; the strip of land at the bottom of the depressions intersecting a country, including usually the bed of a stream, with frequently broad alluvial plains on one or both sides of the stream
valley
A relatively long, narrow land area lying between two areas of higher elevation, often containing a stream The San Fernando Valley in California is a valley that gets very hot in the summer
valley
The inward angle of two sloping roof sections Framing consists of a doubled valley rafter in the middle that extends from a top plate corner to a second ridge board, with angled jack rafters for support
valley
A diagonal junction between two sloping roof planes
valley
dell
a valley

    Hyphenation

    a Val·ley

    Turkish pronunciation

    ı väli

    Pronunciation

    /ə ˈvalē/ /ə ˈvæliː/

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