Hay 2 traducciones principales de dyke en español

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dyke1

tortillera, n.

Pronunciación /daɪk/ /dʌɪk/

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argot, malsonante despectivo
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    (lesbian)
    tortillera femenino malsonante despectivo, argot
    volteada femenino Colombia, México coloquial, despectivo
    arepera femenino Colombia, Venezuela malsonante despectivo, argot

Hay 2 traducciones principales de dyke en español

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dyke2

Pronunciación /daɪk/ /dʌɪk/

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    dike
    • Ponds are separated by dikes that prevent flooding and provide access routes to the ponds for electricity and aerator motors.
    • As they camped in the fields in sight of the city walls the Mongols surprised them by smashing the dams and dikes nearby and flooding the encampment.
    • The Netherlands is a land protected from flooding by dykes and dams.
    • He is remembered as a benevolent ruler who increased agricultural production and built dams, dikes, and bridges for the Vietnamese people.
    • With their gently sloping sides, Sanxingdui's walls may instead have been dikes for flood control.
    • A lot of the route is along the dykes that prevent the river from flooding the neighbouring fields.
    • The area flanks Lake Pontchartrain and suffered from floods when a canal dike burst.
    • Part of South Milford was flooded yesterday after swollen dykes overflowed into High Street, leaving the village playing field, post office and several houses under water.
    • Submissive magistrates were dismissed and William took the decision to cut the dykes and deliberately flood the area surrounding Leyden.
    • They lost a string of fortresses, and the province of Holland was only saved by a man-made flood when the dykes were deliberately opened.
    • They cleared it of stones and wood and built dykes and houses and herded cattle.
    • By the 1920S, the Army Corps of Engineers built sturdier dikes, and valley flooding virtually ceased.
    • More than 870,000 workers have been deployed to fight the floods and reinforce dykes along the Yangtze river.
    • The authorities began working frantically up the river, using whatever materials and means available to construct dykes, dams and levees.
    • It also refers to the Delta Works, the network of dykes and dams that protect the Netherlands province of Zeeland from sea flooding.
    • Over a quarter of the Netherlands lies below sea level, relying on a network of dykes, canals and pumps to stay dry.
    • Local authorities were ordered to step up patrols along dams and dikes.
    • We have pumps to pump out the water that is continually leaking into our polders through the dikes.
    • Richmond has dykes, but they were built to protect against flooding from the Fraser, and as the ocean rises, such floods will become increasingly difficult to deal with.
    • Moreover, they tended to live near dykes designed to irrigate rice farms.
    • They were also carrying out routine checks of dykes, rivers and ditches in the area, and Mr Hankins said divers were on stand-by.
    • The ditches, dikes and reed-edged fleets that crisscross the grazing marshes here are rich in invertebrates, including the scarce emerald damselfly.
    • There's also something called the Klamath Straits Drain, along with scores of channelized creeks, uncountable dikes, and an aqueduct called the Lost River Diversion Channel.
    • In the season there would be plenty of bullrushes in the dykes and ditches in the low-lying areas with a high rainfall.
    • As we had many big ditches or dykes as we called them, the reeds were readily available.
    • Therefore, if runoff can be diverted away from it with dikes and interception ditches, sediment transport can be reduced.
    • Our house was near the Broads, and I would go out in a canoe to explore the network of dykes and rivers almost every day.
    • He clears out the silt and mud that are clogging the rivers and dykes, and cuts and scythes the reeds and sedge that threaten to reclaim the broads, selling them for thatch.
    • We flew in the dikes by the river, below ground level.
    • The dykes are interpreted here as partially drained feeder dykes to higher-level sills within the complex.
    • He said the Council did try to allocate staff to clearing the gullies and dykes on minor roads.
    • Animals are separated by creeks and dykes wherever it's possible.
    • Before the construction of dams and barrages, floodwaters would spill out of the river's banks and, channeled by sluices and dikes, cover most of the agricultural land.
    • The dykes, often spilling over the marsh all winter, regularly attracted flights of 50 or more of these smallest of ducks.
    • Other proposals included diverting some of the water from the channel with a series of dikes or reducing its power through a number of small waterfalls.
    • Fortunately, a surge of public support and volunteer energy prompted restoration of 72 miles of dikes and channels.
    • They were right up against the grass verge or dyke, so there was nowhere for me to walk but on the left, with my back to the traffic on that side.
    • The girl from Carnforth slipped and broke her ankle while playing around the dykes in Hest Bank on Sunday afternoon.
    • Evidently, the wealth of minerals found at Brumado is related to the intrusion of igneous dikes and subsequent associated hydrothermal mineralization.
    • There are no mafic dykes or intrusions of similar age to the granitic rocks that could imply contemporaneous mafic magmatism.
    • A swarm of mafic igneous dikes have intruded the Estes pegmatite and make a showy display in the quarry face.
    • Large tuff-filled clastic dykes invade volcaniclastic deposits associated with the Ferrar large igneous province.
    • Indeed, small dykes of melt rock in the central area imply that shock pressures elsewhere exceeded 70 GPa.