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İngilizce - Türkçe
(isim) yazın kuruyan dere
{i} yazın kuruyan dere
(Askeri) Dry riverbed
kuru dere
İngilizce - İngilizce
A valley, gully, or stream-bed in northern Africa and southwest Asia that remains dry except during the rainy season
A wadi is a river in North Africa or Arabia which is dry except in the rainy season
gully or streambed in northern Africa and the Middle East that remains dry except during rainy season
A dry watercourse that becomes a river when flooded by storms of seasonal rains
In regions of the Middle East and North Africa, a stream bed or channel that only carries water during the rainy season In the southwest United States, the equivalent terms would be arroyo or wash
A dry or seasonal river bed
Arabic name for a river channel Often dried out
valley or stream bed that is dry except perhaps in the rainy season
a thick white cloudy liquid, which has no smell It generally exits after one urinates and occasionally before
a name given in the Arab region to an ephemeral watercourse
{i} dry river valley, streambed that is dry most of the year (except in the event of heavy rains)
A shallow, usually sharply defined depression in a desert region, frequently comprising a bed or valley of a stream that is usually dry except during the rainy season and that often forms an oasis
dry riverbed that is filled with water for a short time during the rainy season in winter War of Independence the war which started on May 14, 1948, when Israel proclaimed its independence, by the invasion of five armies Check the Timeline X
Wadi Ara
narrow ravine between Mount Carmel and the Menashe hills which joins the Sharon area with the Jezreel valley (Israel)
Wadi Kelt
ravine in the West Bank
Wadi Salib
ravine in Haifa
Wadi Salib riots
riots staged by the residents of the Wadi Salib neighborhood of Haifa in 1959 due to racial discrimination
wadi Milek
road that connects between Zichron Yaakov and Yokneam
Silicon Wadi
the area of high-tech businesses in Israel
plural of wadi