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Sumpf

muški rodgramatika

Definicija:

Meist grundwassernahe, feuchte Erdstellen mit dichtem Pflanzenwuchs.

Sinonimi:

Bruch · Feuchtgebiet · Moor · Moorland · Morast · Filz · Freunderlwirtschaft · Gekungel · Günstlingswirtschaft · Klüngel · Klüngelei(en) · Kumpanei · Kungelei · Mauschelei(en) · Nepotismus · Speziwirtschaft · Spezlwirtschaft · Vetterleswirtschaft · Vetterliwirtschaft · Vetternwirtschaft · Pfuhl · Tümpel

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bog

imenicagramatika
/ bɑːɡ /

Definicija:

ETYM Irish and Gael. bog soft, tender, moist: cf. Irish bogach bog, moor, marsh, Gael. bogan quagmire.
Wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation; has poorer drainage than a swamp; soil is unfit for cultivation but can be cut and dried and used for fuel; SYN. peat bog.
Type of wetland where decomposition is slowed down and dead plant matter accumulates as peat. Bogs develop under conditions of low temperature, high acidity, low nutrient supply, stagnant water, and oxygen deficiency. Typical bog plants are sphagnum moss, rushes, and cotton grass; insectivorous plants such as sundews and bladderworts are common in bogs (insect prey make up for the lack of nutrients).

Sinonimi:

peat bog


marsh

imenicagramatika
/ mɑːrʃ /

Definicija:

ETYM Old Eng. mersch, as. mersc, from mere lake. Related to Mere pool, and cf. Marish, Morass.
Low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water; SYN. marshland, fen.
Low-lying wetland. Freshwater marshes are common wherever groundwater, surface springs, streams, or run-off cause frequent flooding or more or less permanent shallow water. A marsh is alkaline whereas a bog is acid. Marshes develop on inorganic silt or clay soils. Rushes are typical marsh plants. Large marshes dominated by papyrus, cattail, and reeds, with standing water throughout the year, are commonly called swamps. Near the sea, salt marshes may form.

Sinonimi:

Marsh · Ngaio Marsh · Reginald Marsh · fen · fenland · marshland


mire

imenicagramatika
/ maɪr /

Definicija:

A soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot; SYN. quagmire, morass.

Sinonimi:

morass · quag · quagmire · slac · slop


quagmire

imenicagramatika
/ kwægmaɪər /

Definicija:

1. Soft, wet, miry land, which shakes or yields under the feet.
2. Any situation or topic in which one feels mired or stuck.
3. Patch of boggy ground; predicament.

Sinonimi:

mire · morass · quag · slack


sump

imenicagramatika
/ səmp /

Definicija:

ETYM Cf. German sumpf a sump in a mine, a swamp, akin to lg. sump, Dutch somp a swamp, Dan. and Swed. sump, and perhaps to Eng. swamp.
1. A well or other hole in which water has collected.
2. An oil reservoir in an internal combustion engine.

Sinonimi:

cesspit · cesspool · sink


swamp

imenicagramatika
/ swɑːmp /

Definicija:

ETYM Cf. as. swam a fungus, od. swam a sponge, Dutch zwam a fungus, German schwamm a sponge, Icel. svöppr, Dan. and Swed. swamp, Goth. swamms, Greek somphos porous, spongy.
1. A situation fraught with difficulties and imponderables.
2. Low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog.
Region of low-lying land that is permanently saturated with water and usually overgrown with vegetation; for example, the everglades of Florida, US. A swamp often occurs where a lake has filled up with sediment and plant material. The flat surface so formed means that runoff is slow, and the water table is always close to the surface. The high humus content of swamp soil means that good agricultural soil can be obtained by draining.

Sinonimi:

swampland


swampland

imenicagramatika
/ swɒmplænd /

Definicija:

Low land that is seasonally flooded; has more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog

Sinonimi:

swamp


Reč dana

frigate

imenica, nautika

tonometrija

ženski rod, fizika

Krümmung

ženski rod, gramatika

follicule

muški rod, botanika

02.12.2022.