hot spring

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English - Turkish
(Coğrafya) sıcak kaynak suyu
sıcak kaplıca
çermik
kaplıca

Norikura'da kaplıcaya girmek harikadır. - Getting into a hot spring at Norikura is great.

Japonya'da bir sürü kaplıca var. - There are a lot of hot springs in Japan.

ılıca
kaplıca. hot-water bottle sıcak su torbası, buyot
akarca
hot spring alteration zone
(Çevre) kaplıca alterasyon sahası
English - English
A natural spring producing water whose temperature is greater than about 20°C (68°F)
A spring that brings hot water to the surface A thermal spring Water temperature usually 15F (8C) or more above the mean air temperature
Any spring whose water is above the ambient air temperature Conventially, in the United States, the spring should be at least 15 degrees Fahrenheit over the mean annual temperature of the air in their localities
A natural, sometimes volcanic, spring of hot mineral water
a natural spring of water at a temperature of 70 F or above
A spring whose water temperature is above 36 6 °C (98 °F)
A natural spring producing warm water, usually at a temperature above that of the human body. a place where hot water comes up naturally from the ground. or thermal spring Spring that issues water at temperatures substantially higher than the air temperature of the surrounding region. Most hot springs result from the interaction of groundwater with magma or with solid but still-hot igneous rocks. Some, however, are not related to volcanic activity. In such cases, deep circulation of water is thought to carry the water to the lower parts of the Earth's crust, where the temperature of the rocks is high
hot springs
plural form of hot spring
Hot Springs
A city of west-central Arkansas west-southwest of Little Rock. It is a health resort noted for its 47 thermal springs. Hernando de Soto first visited the site in 1541. Population: 32,462
hot springs
hot fountains, hot baths (springs of water with naturally high temperatures)
hot springs
a town in west central Arkansas; a health resort noted for thermal springs
hot spring

    Turkish pronunciation

    hät spırîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈhät spərˈəɴɢ/ /ˈhɑːt spɜrˈɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ 'hät ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English hAt; akin to Old High German heiz hot, Lithuanian kaisti to get hot.

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