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 Übersetzung für 'Elbe estuary' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   the Elbe estuary | -
geogr.
Elbe estuary
Elbeästuar {n}
geogr.
Elbe estuary
Elbmündung {f}
geogr.
Elbe estuary
Elbemündung {f}
Teiltreffer
geogr.
estuary
Mündung {f} [Trichtermündung]
1064
geogr.
estuary
Mündungs­trichter {m}
13
geogr.hydro.
estuary
Ästuarium {n}
7
geogr.
estuary
Meeresarm {m}
767
geogr.
estuary
Ästuarmündung {f}
5
geogr.
estuary
trichterförmige Flussmündung {f}
geogr.
estuary
Ästuar {n}
52
geogr.hydro.
estuary
Trichtermündung {f}
27
geogr.
estuary
Mündungs­gebiet {n}
57
estuary coastÄstuarküste {f}
geogr.
Weser estuary
Wesermündung {f}
geogr.
Scheldt estuary
Scheldemündung {f}
geogr.
Oder Estuary
Odermündung {f}
hydro.
estuary arm
Mündungs­arm {m}
geogr.
Thames Estuary
Themsemündung {f}
geogr.
Seine estuary
Seinemündung {f} [auch: Seine-Mündung]
geogr.hydro.
Isar estuary
Isarmündung {f}
geogr.
estuary mouth
Mündung {f} ins Meer
geogr.
delta estuary
Deltamündung {f}
estuary areaMündungs­gebiet {n}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Together with the Lower Saxon Wadden Sea National Park, the Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park and those parts of Elbe estuary which are not nature reserves, it forms the German part of the Wadden Sea.
  • The city was easy to find using radar, being located on the distinctively shaped Elbe estuary.
  • It is embraced by the Elbe estuary to the south and the Eider estuary to the north.
  • The district of the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court (of Hamburg) comprises the territory of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, with the exception of the area, which is incorporated by the State Treaty on the regulation of coastal waters and the Elbe estuary in the district court districts Cuxhaven and Wilhelmshaven, according to § 15 of the Hamburg Act on the Execution of the Judicature Act of 31 May 1965.
  • or Elbe Germanic peoples were Germanic tribes whose settlement area, based on archaeological finds, lay either side of the Elbe estuary on both sides of the river and which extended as far as Bohemia and Moravia, clearly the result of a migration up the Elbe river from the northwest in advance of the main Migration Period until the individual groups ran into the Roman Danube Limes around 200 AD.

  • First erected in 1661 by the City of Hamburg on the sandbank Scharhörn and south side of the Elbe estuary, it was rebuilt over centuries and taken down finally in 1979.
  • Between May 1930 and early 1933 he was undertaking secretarial duties as part of the regional leadership team ("Bezirksleitung") in Hamburg-Wasserkante, the large region surrounding Hamburg on the right bank of the Elbe estuary.
  • Although belonging to Hamburg, the lighthouse was operated by the Wasser- und Schifffahrtsamt Cuxhaven, which is responsible for the Elbe estuary.
  • The boat departed Kristiansand on 29 April 1945 and was stayed in the Elbe estuary.
  • One highlight is Karpfanger's defense against five French ships in the Elbe estuary on 11 September 1678.

  • Its proximity to the Elbe estuary and the North Sea brings with it the danger that, in the event of a dyke breach during a storm surge the area, which lies just above sea level, will suffer major flooding.
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