dune

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kumul

Onun ayak izlerini kumulun kumlarında buldum. - I found her footprints in the sand of the dune.

Ben yüksek kumuldan tüm adayı görebilirdim. - From the high dune, I could see the whole island.

rüzgârın yığdığı kum tepeciği
kum tepesi
{i} kum tepeciği

Yüksek bir kum tepeciğinden bütün adayı görebildim. - From the tall dune I could see over the whole island.

dune area
kumul yöresi
dune buggy
kumsal arabası
dune country
(Askeri) Sandy terrain
dune country
(Askeri) kumlu arazi
sand dune
(Çevre) kum tepeleri

Onlar kum tepelerinin üzerinde çıplak ayakla yürüdüler. - They walked barefoot over the sand dunes.

Tom ve Mary kum tepeleri etrafında yürüdüler. - Tom and Mary walked around the sand dunes.

sand dune
(Askeri) kum tepeciği
coastal dune
kıyı kumulu
longitudinal dune
boyuna kumul
sand-dune
kumul
drifting dune
kumul sürükleniyorum
sand-dune
kum kumul
seif dune
Seif kumul
transverse dune
enine kumul
aklé dune
aklé kumulu (özellikle batı sahra'da bulunan kumul ağı için kullanılan fransızca terim)
coastal dune
sahil kumulu
coastal sand dune
kıyı kumulu
coastal sand dune
(Çevre) sahil kumu birikintisi
fore dune
(Askeri) plaj gerisi kumulu
horseshoe dune
(Jeoloji) at nalı kumul
moving dune
gezen kumul
moving dune
hareketli kumul
sand dune
kumul
shifting dune
yer değiştiren (gezen) kumul
wandering dune
hareketli kumul
wandering dune
gezen kumul
whaleback dune
balına sırtı kumul
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A ridge or hill of sand piled up by the wind
A low mound, ridge, bank or hill of loose, windblown, granular material (generally sand), either bare or covered with vegetation, capable of movement from place to place but always retaining its characteristic shape
n a low hill or bank of wind-blown sand
A dune is a hill or a ridge made of sand Dunes are shaped by the wind, and change all the time
a hill or ridge of wind-blown sand
(1) Stream bed deposit found streams whose channel is composed mainly of sand and silt Dunes are about 10 or more centimeters in height and are spaced a meter or more apart and are common in streams with high velocities
A dune is a hill of sand near the sea or in a desert. a hill made of sand near the sea or in the desert = sand dune
A low hill of drifting sand usually formed on the coats, but often carried far inland by the prevailing winds
A low mound of fine-grained material that accumulates as a result of sediment transport in a current system Dunes have characteristic geometric forms that are maintained as they migrate Sand dunes are commonly classified according to shape See also: barchan dune, longitudinal dune, parabolic dune, seif dune, star dune, and transverse dune
a mound or ridge of sand formed by the action of wind or waves (dune)
A usually asymmetrical mound or ridge of sand that has been transported and deposited by wind Dunes form in both arid and humid climates
a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans
{i} hill of drifted sand
accumulation of wind-blown sand in ridges or mounds that lie landward of the beach and usually parallel to the shoreline
Mounds or hills of sand created by dune grasses, which trap sand grains being moved across the beach by wind
dune buggy
A recreational vehicle with large tyres / tires, designed for use on beaches and sand dunes
dune buggy
a recreational vehicle with large tires used on beaches or sand dunes
dune buggy
A recreational vehicle having oversize tires designed for use on sand dunes or beaches, especially a light vehicle with a modified engine mounted on an open chassis. Also called beach buggy. a car with big wheels and no roof that you can drive across sand = beach buggy
dune cycling
bicycling or motorcycling on sand dunes
sand dune
A large, semi-permanent mound of windblown sand, held together by specialized plants, common along seashores and in deserts
sand dune
hill of drifted sand, mound of sand, small hill made of sand
camphor dune tansy
densely hairy plant with rayless flowers; San Francisco Bay area
dunes
(1) Accumulations of windblown sand on the backshore, usually in the form of small hills or ridges, stabilized by vegetation or control structures (2) A type of bed form indicating significant sediment transport over a sandy seabed
dunes
mountains of sand that resemble large ripples
dunes
plural of dune
dunes
Ridges or mounds of loose, wind-blown material, usually sand
dunes
Mounds of loose sand grains shaped up by the wind
dunes
A rounded hill or ridge of sand heaped up by the action of the wind
inland dune
mound of sand located away from the sea, sand dune that is not near the sea shore
northern dune tansy
lightly hairy rhizomatous perennial having aromatic feathery leaves and stems bearing open clusters of small buttonlike yellow flowers; sand dunes of Pacific coast of North America
sand dune
A sand dune is a hill of sand near the sea or in a sand desert. = dune. a hill formed of sand in a desert or near the sea. Hill, mound, or ridge of windblown sand or other loose material such as clay particles. Dunes are commonly associated with desert regions and seacoasts, and there are large areas of dunes in nonglacial parts of Antarctica
sand dune
a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans
sand dune
A hill or ridge of sand piled up by the wind commonly found along shores, along some river valleys, and generally where there is dry surface sand during some part of the year
sand dune
A DUNE formed of SAND
sand dune
A hill or ridge of aeolian sand deposits with a minimum height of less than one meter and a maximum height of about 50 meters Found in hot deserts and along sandy coastlines
sand dune
n a mound, ridge, or hill of loose sand, heaped up by the wind
seif dune
A sharp-crested longitudinal sand dune common to the Sahara and ranging up to 300 m (900 ft) in height and 300 km (200 mi) in length
seif dune
a long and tall sand dune with a sharp crest; common in the Sahara
dune
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