sea

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
deniz

Deniz suyunu içemezsin çünkü su çok tuzlu. - You can't drink seawater because it's too salty.

Tatilde deniz kenarına giderdik. - We used to go to the seaside on holiday.

{i} derya
{i} dalga

Denizin dalgaları bana onu şiirini dinletti. - The sea's waves have made me hear her poem.

Karadeniz'in dalgalarını severim. - I like the waves of the Black Sea.

istrongilos
Smaris alcedo
sea anemone deniz şakayığı
Actiniaria
deniz gibi geniş olan herhangi bir şey
{s} denizle ilgili
umman
sea breeze denizden esen rüzgar
(Askeri) AIR-LAND TEAM: DENİZ-HAVA-KARA TİMİ: Konvansiyonel olmayan ve milis harekatı yapacak şekilde özel eğitilmiş ve teçhizatlandırılmış ve müttefik ülkelerin personelini böyle harekatta gözetleme ve keşif dahil sularda, derelerde ve kıyı bölgelerinde eğiten bir subay grubu. Genelde SEAL timi olarak bilinir. (SEAL: Karada, denizde harekat yapabilen ve paraşütle atlayabilen komando)
sea life
Deniz hayatı
sea front
şehrin denize bakan kısmı
sea ice
(Askeri) bankiz
sea side
(Askeri) deniz kenarı
sea view
deniz manzaralı
sea anchor
deniz demiri
sea anemone
deniz şakayığı
sea bag
deniz çantası
sea bear
beyaz ayı
sea bream
izmarit
sea breeze
deniz meltemi
sea captain
süvari
sea captain
kaptan
sea change
ani ve köklü değişiklik
sea chest
gemici sandığı
sea coast
deniz kıyısı
sea coast
sahil
sea cock
deniz valfı
sea cock
deniz musluğu
sea cow
denizayısı
sea cow
denizperisi
sea cucumber
denizhıyarı
sea dog
deniz kurdu
sea duty
deniz görevi
sea eagle
deniz kartalı
sea elephant
denizfili
sea farming
deniz tarımı
sea foam
lületaşı
sea fog
deniz sisi
sea food
deniz mahsulleri
sea front
rıhtım
sea front
sahil
sea going
açık denize çıkmaya elverişli(gemi)
sea green
açık mavimsi yeşil
sea gull
martı

Deniz martıları alçaktan uçuyor. - The sea gulls are flying low.

sea hog
yunusbalığı
sea horse
denizatı
sea kale
deniz lahanası
sea kale
yabani lahana
sea level
deniz seviyesi

Kasaba deniz seviyesinden 1500 metre yüksekte yer alıyor. - The town is situated 1,500 meters above sea level.

Su, deniz seviyesinde 100 santigrat derecede kaynar. - Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius at sea level.

sea lily
denizlalesi
sea lion
denizaslanı

Denizaslanı Harekâtı, İngiltere'nin planlanan işgali için Alman kod adıydı. - Operation Sea Lion was the German code name for the planned invasion of Britain.

sea lion
ayıbalığı
sea mark
deniz işareti
sea mile
deniz mili
sea moss
deniz yosunu
sea pollution
deniz kirlenmesi
sea power
deniz gücü
sea puss
sualtı akıntısı
sea rover
korsan
sea salt
deniz tuzu
sea shell
deniz kabuğu

O bir deniz kabuğunda denizi dinliyordu. - She was listening to the sea in a sea shell.

sea sickness
deniz tutması
sea snake
su yılanı
sea star
denizyıldızı
sea trade
deniz ticareti
sea travel
deniz yolculuğu
sea turtle
deniz kaplumbağası

500'den fazla bebek deniz kaplumbağası denize bırakıldı. - More than 500 baby sea turtles were released into the sea.

sea urchin
denizkestanesi

Sen hiç Denizkestanesi yedin mi? - Have you ever eaten sea urchin?

sea water
tuzlu su
sea water
deniz suyu

Onlar amniyotik sıvının aşağı yukarı deniz suyu ile aynı bileşime sahip olduğunu söylüyorlar. - They say amniotic fluid has roughly the same composition as sea water.

Dünya deniz suyu ile çevrilidir ama yağmur başarısız olursa insanlar açlıktan ölecek. - Earth is surrounded by sea water but if rain fails people will starve.

sea wolf
deniz kurdu
sea-scorpion
iskorpit
sea bass
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Deniz levrek balığı
sea bean
deniz fasulyesi
sea bed
deniz yatağı
sea boy
deniz oğlan
sea bream
İzmarit, karagöz balığı
sea bream
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Karagöz balığı, (zool.) Sargus
sea buckthorn
çay dikeni

i would like to have sea buckthorn preserves.

sea change
Tümüyle değişme
sea cucumber
deniz hıyar
sea eel
deniz yılanbalığı
sea faring
deniz faring
sea fight
Deniz savaşı
sea front
kıyı kesimi
sea hawk
deniz şahin
sea lift
deniz asansör
sea lion
ayibaligi
sea maid
deniz hizmetçi
sea man
deniz adam
sea mew
deniz mew
sea peoples
deniz halkları
sea pink
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Deniz lavantası
sea plane
deniz uçağı
sea robin
deniz robin
sea sick
deniz hasta
sea slug
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Deniz tavşanı
sea snail
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Deniz salyangozu
sea sparkle
Yakamoz
sea wall
deniz duvarı
sea whip
deniz kırbaç
sea-pen
deniz kalem
sea bass
(Gıda) levrek balığı
beyond the sea, over the sea
deniz, deniz ötesinde
sea bream
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Deniz Çipura balığı
sea otter
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Su samuru
seas
denizler

Zaman kavramının sadece bir yanılsamadan ibaret olduğunu anlamak için sonsuzluk denizlerini geçtim. - I've crossed the seas of eternity to understand that the notion of time is nothing but an illusion.

Fırtınalı denizlerde onu deniz tuttu. - She become seasick in rough seas.

sea bass
levrek
sea bream
karagöz balığı
sea bream
trança
sea bream
mercanbalığı
sea otter
denizsamuru
sea urchin
deniz kestanesi

Mary bir deniz kestanesidir. - Mary is a sea urchin.

Hiç deniz kestanesi yedin mi? - Have you ever eaten sea urchins?

sea urchin
zool. denizkestanesi
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Güç, iktidar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Southeast Asia
A large body of salty water. (Major seas are known as oceans.)
A large number or quantity; a vast amount

A sea of faces stared back at the singer.

If you go or look out to sea, you go or look across the sea. fishermen who go to sea for two weeks at a time He pointed out to sea. sea slug sea parrot sea coot sea scorpion sea star seismic sea wave sea trout Southern Sea Adriatic Sea Aegean Sea Andaman Sea Arabian Sea Aral Sea Azov Sea of Baltic Sea Barents Sea Beaufort Sea Bering Sea Bering Sea Dispute Black Sea Sea of Cortés Caribbean Sea Caspian Sea Celebes Sea China Sea Coral Sea Dead Sea Scrolls Dead Sea deep sea trench deep sea vent Ionian Sea Irish Sea Japan Sea of East Sea Java Sea sea leopard Marmara Sea of Mediterranean Sea North Sea Norwegian Sea Okhotsk Sea of Pechora Sea Philippine Sea Battle of the Red Sea Rhodian Sea Law Salton Sea Sargasso Sea sea anemone sea bass sea cow Steller's sea cow sea cucumber sea eagle sea fan sea horse sea ice sea lavender sea level sea lion sea otter great sea otter Sea People sea power sea snake sea squirt sea urchin Sea Law of the South Sea Bubble Southend on Sea Tasman Sea Sea of Galilee Tyrrhenian Sea White Sea Yellow Sea
a division of an ocean or a large body of salt water partially enclosed by land
You use seas when you are describing the sea at a particular time or in a particular area. He drowned after 30 minutes in the rough seas
The swell of the ocean or other body of water in a high wind; motion or agitation of the water's surface; also, a single wave; a billow; as, there was a high sea after the storm; the vessel shipped a sea
Anything resembling the sea in vastness; as, a sea of glory
if large or if salt or brackish; as, the Caspian Sea; the Sea of Aral; sometimes, a small fresh-water lake; as, the Sea of Galilee
The location of the consciousness known as the germinal kingdom from which all viruses and diseases on the physical plane are generated
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The large, permanent body of salt water surrounding the continents and covering most of the surface of the earth or one of the smaller landlocked or nearly isolated bodies of salt water
Scientific and Environmental Affairs Division (IS)
One of the larger bodies of salt water, less than an ocean, found on the earth's surface; a body of salt water of second rank, generally forming part of, or connecting with, an ocean or a larger sea; as, the Mediterranean Sea; the Sea of Marmora; the North Sea; the Carribean Sea
{i} large body of salt water; large lake; ocean; large wave
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Southeast Asia For USAF generally Thailand and Vietnam assignments But also Laos, Cambodia, etc
a confused state of the surface of a body of water usually characterized by a profusion of short, steep waves (storm waves) coming from many different directions Sea usually occurs in a storm where storm waves are actively being generated by the wind (see swell) Sea can also be caused by multiple intersecting boat wakes or waves reflecting off seawalls and piers
At sea means on or under the sea, far away from land. The boats remain at sea for an average of ten days at a time
Fig
The ocean; the whole body of the salt water which covers a large part of the globe
A great brazen laver in the temple at Jerusalem; so called from its size
acronym for state educational agency
Wisconsin's State Educational Agency
a body of salt water that is surrounded by land on all or most sides, or that is part of one of the oceans
Sparta Education Assoc , Sparta teachers union
Waves generated by the local wind field "Local" generally being within 150 nautical miles (nm) of the forecast site The "significant wave" height is reported here This is the height reached by the highest 1/3 of all waves
(1) A body of saline water found on the Earth's continental surface
relating to or characteristic of or occurring on the sea or ships; "sea stories"; "sea smells"; "sea traffic"
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The sea is the salty water that covers about three-quarters of the earth's surface. Most of the kids have never seen the sea All transport operations, whether by sea, rail or road, are closely monitored at all times. = ocean
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state education agency (e g , state department of education)
(1) See OCEAN (2) A large body of salt water, second in rank to an OCEAN, more or less LANDLOCKED and generally part of, or connected with, an OCEAN or a larger sea (3) WAVES caused by wind at the place and time of observation (4) State of the OCEAN or lake surface, in regard to WAVES
turbulent water with swells of considerable size; "heavy seas"
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A sea is a large area of salty water that is part of an ocean or is surrounded by land. the North Sea. the huge inland sea of Turkana
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A subdivision of an ocean
An inland body of water, esp
Large body of salt water
Staphylococcal Enterotoxin A
anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
State Education Agency
a division of an ocean or a large body of salt water partially enclosed by land turbulent water with swells of considerable size; "heavy seas
{s} pertaining to a sea, marine; intended for use at sea
{n} the ocean, an inland water, deluge
Sea of Azov
A very shallow sea bounded by Russia, Ukraine, and the Crimean peninsula, linked to the Black Sea by the Strait of Kerch
Sea of Galilee
A lake in northern Israel, located about fifteen miles northeast of the ancient city of Nazareth
Sea of Japan
A body of water between Japan and the Asian continent
Sea of Marmara
A deep inland sea in north-western Turkey connecting the Black Sea to the Aegean Sea via the straits of Bosphorus and Dardanelles
Sea of Okhotsk
A sea between the Kamchatka Peninsula on the east, the Kuril Islands on the southeast, the island of Hokkaidō to the far south, the island of Sakhalin along the west, and a long stretch of eastern Siberian coast along the west and north
sea anchor
A parachute-like device designed to slow down the speed of a drifting ship or boat
sea anchors
plural form of sea anchor
sea anemone
Any of many polyps, of the order Actiniaria, which occurs in marine and estuarine habitats, and which captures its food using tentacles
sea anemones
plural form of sea anemone
sea bass
Any of various species of saltwater fish in various families, or a specimen thereof
sea basses
plural form of sea bass
sea beds
plural form of sea bed
sea birds
plural form of sea bird
sea blubber
a large jellyfish, of the genus Cyanea
sea bream
any of several species of marine fish of the families Sparidae or Bramidae found in Atlantic waters
sea breams
plural form of sea bream
sea calf
The common seal
sea campion
A flowering plant, Silene maritima

I collected a fine mixed bunch of valerian and thrift and white sea campion.

sea change
A profound transformation

Public opinion has undergone a sea change since the 2002 elections.

sea changes
plural form of sea change
sea chanty
Alternative spelling of sea shanty
sea cow
Any of several marine mammals of the order Sirenia, including the manatee and dugong
sea cucumber
an echinoderm of the class Holothuroidea, with an elongated body and leathery skin
sea cucumbers
plural form of sea cucumber
sea day
A day on which a cruise ship remains at sea all day (i.e. passengers cannot leave the ship)

7:00 AM to 11:00 AM selected sea days.

sea dogs
plural form of sea dog
sea dragons
plural form of sea dragon
sea ducks
plural form of sea duck
sea eagle
An eagle with a distinctive white tail; specifically, the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
sea eagle
A genus of eagles (genus Haliaeetus)
sea eagles
plural form of sea eagle
sea elephant
The elephant seal
sea fret
A fog that comes from the sea
sea grape
A small tree, Coccolobis uvifera, that grows on sandy beaches in tropical America; it has clusters of purple fruit
sea green
Of a blue-green colour, mostly green
sea green
A blue-green colour, mostly green

sea green colour:.

sea hare
Any member of the genus Aplysia of the family Aplysiidae, large marine gastropod molluscs with a soft internal shell made of protein
sea holly
The plant Eryngium maritimum
sea holly
More generally, any of several species of plants in the genus Eryngium
sea horse
The walrus
sea horse
Any of various small marine fish of the genus Hippocampus that have a horselike head and swim upright
sea horses
plural form of sea horse
sea ice
frozen seawater; pack ice
sea ivories
plural form of sea ivory
sea ivory
Ramalina siliquosa, a species of lichen
sea kittens
plural form of sea kitten
sea lamprey
A parasitic lamprey found in Europe and North America, Petromyzon marinus
sea lampreys
plural form of sea lamprey
sea lane
A regularly used route for ocean-going vessels
sea lanes
plural form of sea lane
sea legs
The ability, when walking aboard ship, to anticipate the motion of the deck so as to walk steadily without losing balance
sea legs
Alternative name of surimi
sea legs
Ability to travel by ship without becoming seasick
sea level
The nominal height of the surface of the oceans above which heights of geographical features and aircraft flight levels are measured
sea levels
plural form of sea level
sea lily
Any of several stalked crinoids, which use the stalk to fix themselves in the bottom of the sea
sea lion
A marine mammal of any of several genuses in the family Otariidae
sea lions
plural form of sea lion
sea mile
a nautical mile
sea monster
A large and aggressive creature living in or under the sea that attacks ship
sea mouth
That part of a river, estuary or lagoon which broadens out as it meets the sea
sea otter
A marine mammal native to the northern Pacific Ocean, scientific name Enhydra lutris
sea otters
plural form of sea otter
sea parrots
plural form of sea parrot
sea rover
A pirate, buccaneer or privateer; an ocean-going marauder

It was a ridiculous scheme, both as to the force which was to take the ship, and her employment as a buccaneer -- the state of the ocean and of navigation being such at that time as to leave a sea-rover, pursued as he would be by the fleets of all nations, without a sea to sail in, without a coast to land on, without a rock or corner to hide in.

sea rover
One who roams about the ocean much of the time
sea rover
A herring
sea salt
salt prepared by evaporating sea water
sea sawdust
Marine blue-green algae (cyanobacteria, actually brown coloured) of the family Trichodesmium

1770: The seamen who are now convinc'd that it was not as they had thought the spawn of fish began to call it Sea sawdust, a name certainly not ill adapted to its appearance. — The Endeavour Journal of Sir Joseph Banks.

sea serpent
Any unidentified sea monster, especially one resembling a snake or dragon
sea serpents
plural form of sea serpent
sea shanties
plural form of sea shanty
sea shanty
A work song that sailors sang in rhythm to their movement
sea silk
An extremely fine, rare and valuable fabric produced from the long silky filaments or byssus excreted by several molluscs (particularly Pinna nobilis) by which they attach themselves to the sea bed
sea slug
Any of several marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks of the Nudibranchia
sea snake
Any of several snakes, of the family Hydrophiidae, that live in the waters of the Pacific and Indian Oceans
sea spider
Any arthropod in the taxonomic class Pycnogonida
sea spiders
plural form of sea spider
sea squirt
Any sessile tunicate, of the class Ascidiacea, which squirts water from two openings when touched; they are filter feeders
sea stars
plural form of sea star
sea swallow
a tern
sea trial
testing of watercrafts
sea trials
plural form of sea trial
sea trout
A fish of the species Salmo trutta morpha trutta, closely related to salmon and brown trout. It is lighter in colour than the brown trout, and lives in salt water, returning to fresh water only to spawn
sea turtle
Any turtle that inhabits oceans
sea turtles
plural form of sea turtle
sea urchin
Any of many marine echinoderms, of the class Echinoidea, commonly found in shallow water, having a complex chewing structure named Aristotle's lantern
sea urchins
plural form of sea urchin
sea vegetable
agar
sea vegetable
any edible seaweed
sea wasp
A deadly marine stinger found in north east Australia and South East Asia
sea water
Water from the sea
sea whip coral
Any of a group of cnidarians, of the order Gorgonacea, that form flexible colonies with few branches
sea-anemone
Attributive form of sea anemone

sea-anemone look.

sea-calf
Alternative spelling of sea calf
sea-cow
Attributive form of sea cow

sea-cow look.

sea-eagle
Alternative spelling of sea eagle
sea-eagles
Alternative spelling of sea eagles
sea-lane
Alternative spelling of sea lane
sea-lion
Attributive form of sea lion

sea-lion look.

sea-parrot
the puffin
sea-pie
A pie made of meat and vegetables baked in a pan over the fire, with a pastry crust, or in layers between crusts, the number of which denominate it a two or three decker
sea-pie
The oystercatcher
sea-sickness
a form of motion sickness sometimes experienced when on a vessel at sea; especially during rough weather
sea-star
A star used for navigation or guidance at sea
sea-turtle
A variant form of sea turtle
sea-urchin
Attributive form of sea urchin

sea-urchin look.

sea-worthy
Fit for service at sea
sea spray
spray from ocean waves
Sea Fish Industry Authority
The Sea Fish Industry Authority (Seafish) is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) that works across all sectors of the United Kingdom seafood industry. It has its administrative base in the Scottish city of Edinburgh and has its research & development base in Hull
Sea of Tranquility
Mare Tranquillitatis (Latin for Sea of Tranquility) is a lunar mare that sits within the Tranquillitatis basin on the Moon. The mare material within the basin consists of basalt formed in the intermediate to young age group of the Upper Imbrian epoch. The surrounding mountains are thought to be of the Lower Imbrian epoch, but the actual basin is probably Pre-Nectarian. The basin has irregular margins and lacks a defined multiple-ringed structure. The irregular topography in and near this basin results from the intersection of the Tranquillitatis, Nectaris, Crisium, Fecunditatis, and Serenitatis basins with two throughgoing rings of the Procellarum basin. Palus Somni, on the northeastern rim of the mare, is filled with the basalt that spilled over from Tranquillitatis
sea kayak
A sea kayak or touring kayak is a kayak developed for the sport of paddling on open waters of lakes, bays, and the ocean
sea ray
Sea Ray is a brand of pleasure boats owned by the Brunswick Corporation
sea squirt
A marine tunicate which has a bag-like body with orifices through which water flows into and out of a central pharynx. [Class Ascidiacea.]
from sea to shining sea
From the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean
seas
plural of sea
Sea urchin
uni
The sea
oggin
The sea
mere
The sea
briny
sea bass
A California food fish (Cynoscion nobile); called also white sea bass, and sea salmon
sea bass
It is dark bluish, with black bands, and more or less varied with small white spots and blotches
sea bass
the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae
sea bass
A large marine food fish (Serranus, or Centropristis, atrarius) which abounds on the Atlantic coast of the United States
sea bass
Called also, locally, blue bass, black sea bass, blackfish, bluefish, and black perch
sea bass
any of various food and sport fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States having an elongated body and long spiny dorsal fin the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae
sea bass
any of various food and sport fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States having an elongated body and long spiny dorsal fin
sea bass
Any of about 400 species (family Serranidae) of carnivorous fishes, most of which inhabit shallow regions of warm and tropical seas. Sea bass have a slender body, small scales, large mouth, and straight-edged or rounded tail. The spiny frontal section and the soft-rayed rear section of the dorsal fin are usually joined but may be separated by a notch. Species range from about 1 in. (3 cm) to 6 ft (1.8 m) long and may weigh 500 lbs (225 kg). About 12 species in the family Moronidae (sometimes considered a subfamily of Serranidae) inhabit temperate waters. See also bass
sea bream
Any one of several species of sparoid fishes, especially the common European species (Pagellus centrodontus), the Spanish (P
sea bream
any of numerous marine percoid fishes especially (but not exclusively) of the family Sparidae
sea bream
Oweni), and the black sea bream (Cantharus lineatus); called also old wife
sea bream
Any of various marine food fishes of the family Sparidae or Bramidae, especially a sparid fish (Archosargus rhomboidalis) of western Atlantic coastal waters
sea bream
marine food fish similar to the freshwater bream; Atlantic porgy
sea bream
flesh of any of various saltwater fishes of the family Sparidae or the family Bramidae
sea fight
battle at sea, combat on the ocean
sea fight
An engagement between ships at sea; a naval battle
sea otter
{i} sea ape
sea otter
Its fur is highly valued, especially by the Chinese
sea otter
large marine otter of northern Pacific coasts having very thick dark brown fur
sea otter
A large marine otter (Enhydra lutris) of northern Pacific coastal waters, formerly hunted for its soft, dark brown fur. or great sea otter Rare, completely marine otter (Enhydra lutris) of the northern Pacific, usually found in kelp beds. Floating on its back, it opens mollusks by smashing them on a stone balanced on its chest. The large hind feet are broad and flipperlike. It is 40-65 in. (100-160 cm) long and weighs 35-90 lbs (16-40 kg). The thick lustrous coat is reddish to dark brown. By 1910 it had been hunted almost to extinction for its fur; now fully protected, it is gradually increasing in numbers
sea otter
It is allied to the common otter, but is larger, with feet more decidedly webbed
sea otter
{i} large marine otter with very thick dark brown fur of the northern Pacific coast
sea otter
An aquatic carnivore (Enhydris lutris, or marina) found in the North Pacific Ocean
sea urchin
A sea urchin is a small round sea creature that has a hard shell covered with sharp points. Any of various echinoderms of the class Echinoidea, having a soft body enclosed in a round, symmetrical, calcareous shell covered with long spines. Any of about 700 species (class Echinoidea) of echinoderms found worldwide. Sea urchins have a globular body covered with movable, sometimes poisonous, spines up to 12 in. (30 cm) long. Pores along the internal skeleton accommodate slender, extensible, often sucker-tipped tube feet. Sea urchins live on the seafloor and use their tube feet or spines to move about. The mouth is on the body's underside; teeth are extruded to scrape algae and other food from rocks. Some species excavate hiding places in coral, rock, or even steel. Roe of some species is eaten in certain countries
sea urchin
Any one of numerous species of echinoderms of the order Echinoidea
sea urchin
shallow-water echinoderms having soft bodies enclosed in thin spiny globular shells
sea urchin
spherical sea creature with a spiny exterior
seas
South East Asia Symposium
seas
Waves generated by the action of wind blowing at the time of observation or in the recent past Seas become swell at some point
seas
Acronym for Study of the European Arctic Shelf, an LESC program
sea
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