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advection fog

imenica
/ ædˈvekʃən ˈfɑːɡ /

Definicija:

Fog formed by warm moist air meeting a cold ocean current or flowing over a cold land surface. It is common in coastal areas where warm air from the sea meets the colder land surface, particularly at night or during the winter.

Reč dana

Pewamo

imenica, geografija

cakana

pridev, sleng, dijalekt

Triller

muški rod, muzika

barquette

ženski rod, nautika

05.10.2022.