marsh

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bataklık

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

Onlar bataklıktan geçtiler. - They got through the marsh.

marş

Bu marşmelov harikaymış. - This marshmallow is perfect.

marsh fever sıtma
malarya
{i} batak

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

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

marsh mal low hatmi
su yelvesi
marsh hen su tavuğu
Rallus aquaticus
Fulica atra
marsh grass gö1otu
marsh gas bataklıktan çıkan metan gazı
marsh marigold
Althaea officinalis
marsh area
bataklık alan
marsh frog
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) ova kurbağası
marsh harrier
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) üsküflü doğan
marsh harrier
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) saz tuygunu
marsh harrier
saz delicesi
marsh hen
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) su tavuğu
marsh horsetail
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) atkuyruğu
marsh tit
kayın baştankarası
marsh warbler
(Botanik, Bitkibilim,Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) saz bülbülü
marsh warbler
(Botanik, Bitkibilim,Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) bataklık ardıcı
marsh warbler
çalı kamışçını
marsh buggy
bataklık böceği
marsh gas
bataklık gazı
marsh gas
metan
marsh mallow
hatmi
marsh marigold
çuha çiçeği
marsh marigold
laden ağacı
marsh plant
bataklık bitkisi
marsh gas
bataklık gazi
marsh harrier
Kızıl sungur
marsh hen
sutavuğu
marsh warbler
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Bataklık ardıcı: Bataklık ve sık bitki örtülü yerlerde yaşayan küçük ve ötücü kuş
marsh birds
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bataklıkkuşları
marsh crocodile
hinttimsahı
marsh daffodil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bataklık nergisi
marsh fever
malarya
marsh fever
sıtma
marsh gas
metan gazı
marsh grass
göl otu
marsh marigold
çuhaçiçeği
marsh marigold
bataklık nergisi
marsh marigold
altıntopu
marsh sandpiper
bataklık düdükçünü
marsh snipe
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) batak çulluğu
marsh snipe
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) su çulluğu
marsh tea
girit ladeni [bot.]
marsh timouse
bataklık baştankarası
western marsh harrier
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) saz delicesi
salt marsh
tuz bataklığı
artificial marsh
(Askeri) yapay bataklık
salt marsh
tuzla
İngilizce - İngilizce
A topographic surname for someone living by a marsh
An area of low, wet land, often with tall grass
{n} a fen, bog, swamp, watery ground
A treeless wetland characterized by certain plants that are adapted to living in wet conditions
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
A tract of soft wet land, commonly covered partially or wholly with water; a fen; a swamp; a morass
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
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"
An area of shallow open water, surrounded by aquatic vegetation like cattails, bulrushes, and sedges Marshes are very rich in nutrients
Wetland without trees; in North America, this type of land is characterized by cattails and rushes
A wetland that is usually submerged in shallow water and whose vegetation is dominated by herbs
{i} low lands which are usually covered partially or entirely with water; swamp; morass
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)
low-lying wetland area
(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
An area of low, wet land, characterized by shallow, stagnant water and plant life dominated by grasses and cattails (marais)
An area of low-lying wetland
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
an area periodically inundated and treeless and often characterized by grasses, cattails, and other monocotyledons
wetland, swamp, or bog
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
New Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982)
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 )
Wetland community dominated by grasses and sedges
n (ME mersh, meadowland) a tract of wet land principally inhabitated by emergent herbaceous vegetation
Nonforest land that characteristically supports low, generally herbaceous or shrubby vegetation, and that is intermittently covered with water
New Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982) United States painter (1898-1954)
A frequently or continually inundated wetland characterized by emergent herbaceous vegetation adapted to saturated soil conditions
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
A treeless wetland that is dominated by grasses
A low-lying track of soft, wet land that provides an important ecosystem for a variety of plant and animal life
a frequently or continually inundated wetland characterized by vegetation adapted to saturated soil conditions4
A wetland where plants grow with their roots in water and their tops in the air
United States painter (1898-1954)
marsh buck
A swamp-dwelling antelope found throughout Central Africa, scientific name Tragelaphus spekii
marsh buck
An antelope found in forests throughout sub-Saharan Africa, scientific name Tragelaphus scriptus
marsh gas
methane
marsh harrier
Any of several related raptors, of the species Circus, which inhabit swampy ground
marsh harriers
plural form of marsh harrier
marsh horsetail
A plant in the taxonomic genus Equisetum (horsetails); Equisetum palustre
marsh horsetails
plural form of marsh horsetail
marsh thistle
A biennial or perennial herb, Cirsium palustre
marsh thistles
plural form of marsh thistle
marsh tit
A passerine bird of the tit family (Poecile palustris)
marsh tits
plural form of marsh tit
marsh warbler
A small passerine bird
marsh-buck
Attributive form of marsh buck, noun

It has a marsh-buck look.

marsh rabbit
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Marsh Rabbit (Sylvilagus palustris) is a cottontail rabbit found in the swamps and wetlands of the Southern United States
marsh warbler
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) The Marsh Warbler, Acrocephalus palustris, is an Old World warbler in the genus Acrocephalus. It breeds in temperate Europe and western Asia. It is migratory, wintering in south east Africa. It does not breed in the Iberian peninsula, and in England it is scarce and declining, with the former main centre of population in Worcestershire now extinct
Marsh rosemary
sea lavender: any of various plants of the genus Limonium of temperate salt marshes having spikes of whit or mauve flowers
marsh andromeda
erect to procumbent evergreen shrub having pendent clusters of white or pink flowers; of sphagnum peat bogs and other wet acidic areas in northern Europe
marsh bellflower
bellflower common in marshes of eastern North America having lanceolate linear leaves and small whitish flowers
marsh cress
annual or biennial cress growing in damp places sometimes used in salads or as a potherb; troublesome weed in some localities
marsh elder
any of various coarse shrubby plants of the genus Iva with small greenish flowers; common in moist areas (as coastal salt marshes) of eastern and central North America
marsh elder
Any of several herbs or shrubs of the genus Iva of eastern and central North America, often growing in salt marshes and having nodding, greenish flower heads with unisexual flowers
marsh felwort
perennial of damp places in mountains of Eurasia and North America having dull-colored blue or violet flowers
marsh fern
fern having pinnatifid fronds and growing in wet places; cosmopolitan in north temperate regions
marsh fever
malaria, type of infectious disease carried by mosquitoes
marsh gas
methane gas produced when vegetation decomposes in water
marsh gas
Methane. gas formed from decaying plants under water in a marsh = methane
marsh gentian
perennial Eurasian gentian with sky-blue funnel-shaped flowers of damp open heaths
marsh hare
of marshy coastal areas from North Carolina to Florida
marsh harrier
Old World harrier frequenting marshy regions
marsh hawk
common harrier of North America and Europe; nests in marshes and open land
marsh hen
Any of various marsh birds of the family Rallidae, which includes the gallinules, coots, and rails
marsh horsetail
scouring-rush horsetail widely distributed in wet or boggy areas of northern hemisphere
marsh mallow
European perennial plant naturalized in United States having triangular ovate leaves and lilac-pink flowers
marsh mallow
Perennial herbaceous plant (Althaea officinalis) of the mallow family, native to eastern Europe and northern Africa and naturalized in North America. Found usually in marshy areas near the sea, the marsh mallow has strongly veined, heart-shaped or oval leaves and pinkish flowers borne on stalks about 6 ft (1.8 m) tall. The root was formerly processed to make marshmallows
marsh marigold
perennial plant of the buttercup family native to the marshes of North America and Europe
marsh marigold
A perennial plant of the genus Caltha C
marsh marigold
palustris, growing in wet places and bearing bright yellow flowers
marsh marigold
swamp plant of Europe and North America having bright yellow flowers resembling buttercups
marsh marigold
Any of several plants of the genus Caltha, especially C. palustris, growing in swampy places and having bright yellow flowers. Also called cowslip. Perennial herbaceous plant (Caltha palustris) of the buttercup family, native to wetlands in Europe and North America. It is grown in boggy wild gardens. The plant has a hollow stem, heart-shaped or round leaves, and glossy pink, white, or yellow flowers composed solely of sepals (petals are absent). The stems, leaves, and roots are sometimes cooked and eaten as a vegetable, though the fresh plant is poisonous. See also cowslip
marsh marigold
In the United States it is used as a pot herb under the name of cowslip
marsh orchid
any of several orchids of the genus Dactylorhiza having fingerlike tuberous roots; Europe and Mediterranean region
marsh pea
scrambling perennial of damp or marshy areas of Eurasia and North America with purplish flowers
marsh pink
pink-flowered marsh plant of the eastern United States
marsh plant
a semi-aquatic plant that grows in soft wet land; most are monocots: sedge, sphagnum, grasses, cattails, etc; possibly heath
marsh st-john's wort
perennial marsh herb with pink to mauve flowers; southeastern United States
marsh wren
a wren of the genus Cistothorus that frequents marshes
marsh-mallow
type of candy; type of plant used in medicine
salt marsh
A marsh of saline water, found in the intertidal zone between land and sea, characterized by halophytic plants such as grasses and sedges adapted to periodic flooding with salt water
A Marsh
mareis
Dame Edith Ngaio Marsh
born April 23, 1895, Christchurch, N.Z. died Feb. 18, 1982, Christchurch New Zealand writer of detective stories. Originally an artist, she later acted in and produced Shakespearean repertory theatre (1938-64). She is known for her mystery stories featuring Inspector Roderick Alleyn of Scotland Yard. With novels such as Overture to Death (1939), Final Curtain (1947), Death of a Fool (1956), and Dead Water (1963), she helped make the detective story a respectable literary genre
Dame Ngaio Marsh
born April 23, 1895, Christchurch, N.Z. died Feb. 18, 1982, Christchurch New Zealand writer of detective stories. Originally an artist, she later acted in and produced Shakespearean repertory theatre (1938-64). She is known for her mystery stories featuring Inspector Roderick Alleyn of Scotland Yard. With novels such as Overture to Death (1939), Final Curtain (1947), Death of a Fool (1956), and Dead Water (1963), she helped make the detective story a respectable literary genre
O C Marsh
born Oct. 29, 1831, Lockport, N.Y., U.S. died March 18, 1899, New Haven, Conn. U.S. paleontologist. He spent his entire career at Yale University (1866-99) as the first professor of vertebrate paleontology in the U.S. From 1870 he led scientific expeditions to the West; in 1871 his party discovered the first pterodactyl found in the U.S. In 1882 he was placed in charge of the U.S. Geological Survey's work in vertebrate paleontology, aggravating a fierce rivalry between him and Edward D. Cope. Credited with discovering more than 1,000 fossil vertebrates and describing at least 500 more, Marsh published major works on toothed birds, gigantic horned mammals, and North American dinosaurs. His books include Fossil Horses in America (1874) and Introduction and Succession of Vertebrate Life in America (1877)
Othniel Charles Marsh
born Oct. 29, 1831, Lockport, N.Y., U.S. died March 18, 1899, New Haven, Conn. U.S. paleontologist. He spent his entire career at Yale University (1866-99) as the first professor of vertebrate paleontology in the U.S. From 1870 he led scientific expeditions to the West; in 1871 his party discovered the first pterodactyl found in the U.S. In 1882 he was placed in charge of the U.S. Geological Survey's work in vertebrate paleontology, aggravating a fierce rivalry between him and Edward D. Cope. Credited with discovering more than 1,000 fossil vertebrates and describing at least 500 more, Marsh published major works on toothed birds, gigantic horned mammals, and North American dinosaurs. His books include Fossil Horses in America (1874) and Introduction and Succession of Vertebrate Life in America (1877)
Reginald Marsh
born March 14, 1898, Paris, France died July 3, 1954, Bennington, Vt., U.S. U.S. painter and printmaker. Born to American parents in Paris and educated at Yale University, from 1922 to 1925 he produced a daily column of drawings of vaudeville acts for the New York Daily News. In 1925 he became an original member of the staff of The New Yorker magazine, for which he drew humorous illustrations and metropolitan scenes. In 1929 he began painting scenes of city life, including Coney Island crowds and Bowery derelicts. He taught at the Art Students League from 1934 until his death
Romney Marsh
{i} type of English breed of strong sheep with coarse and long wool that inhabit damp or marshy regions; region in Kent (England)
annual salt-marsh aster
a variety of aster
burweed marsh elder
tall annual marsh elder common in moist rich soil is central North America that can cause contact dermatitis; produces much pollen that is a major cause of hay fever
long-billed marsh wren
American wren that inhabits tall reed beds
marshes
plural of
perennial salt marsh aster
a variety of aster
salt marsh
A salt marsh is an area of flat, wet ground which is sometimes covered by salt water or contains areas of salt water. Low coastal grassland frequently overflowed by the tide
salt marsh
salt swamp, wetland area containing salt water
salt marsh mallow
subshrub of southeastern United States to New York
marsh