Translation for 'Caspian' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO Caspian | Caspian Sea
Caspian Sea {noun}
Каспийско море {ср}
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Translation for 'Caspian' from English to Bulgarian

Caspian Sea {noun}
Каспийско море {ср}геог.
Usage Examples English
  • com/2020/04/27/serious-game-market-is-growing-with-strong-companies-like-playgen-innovataion-games-caspian-virtual-heroes-morf-media-and-breakaway/ The Virtual Heroes Division headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina features a full game studio with artists, game designers, and game developers.
  • As with other reservoirs in the North Caspian (Pricaspian) Basin, it is thought that the Karachaganak reservoir was filled over multiple stages, the first of which began during late Paleozoic time with the formation of oil pools.
  • Historically, civil defendants could be taken into custody under a writ of "caspian ad respondent".
  • Originally the line began from on the Caspian Sea, but the terminus was later shifted north to the harbour at Krasnovodsk.
  • The Transcaspian Oblast (...), or just simply Transcaspia (...), was the section of Russian Empire and early Soviet Russia to the east of the Caspian Sea during the second half of the 19th century until 1924.

  • During classical antiquity, the Volga formed the boundary between the territories of the Cimmerians in the Caucasian Steppe and the Scythians in the Caspian Steppe.
  • It was used by the nineteenth century Russians because their main forces were in the Caucasus, and they approached the area by crossing the Caspian Sea.
  • However, the biodiversity of the TCNR is threatened as shown by a strong decrease in the numbers of the caspian terrapin Mauremys caspica, the green toad Bufo viridis and the tree frog Hyla savigny.
  • In July 1918, the Ottomans faced the Centrocaspian Dictatorship at the Battle of Baku, with the goal of taking Armenian/Russian/British occupied Baku on the Caspian Sea.
  • Waterbirds that use the lagoon include nine species that breed in the locality such as the chestnut teal, pied oystercatcher, sooty oystercatcher and caspian tern.

  • He served in Russian Turkestan from 1891 to 1897, during which time he was responsible for land surveys for the Trans-Caspian Railway.
  • After their defeat in 928 AD by Samanid empire Alavids dispersed into three main branches: the main brunch was absorbed into the conquering Samanid empire; second moved up north following the caspian sea to present day Azerbaijan; the third branch took refuge in northern part of Armenia (what is now Dzoramut/Norashen territories).
  • As a result of his involvement in Transcaspian politics, his name became linked to the murder of the 26 Baku Commissars.
  • The main line is the portion of the Transcaspian Railroad that connects Tashkent with the Amu Darya.
  • The Caspian Depression ([...] , "Kaspıı mańy oıpaty"; [...] , Caspian Lowland) or Pricaspian/Peri-Caspian Depression/Lowland is a low-lying flatland region encompassing the northern part of the Caspian Sea, the largest enclosed body of water on Earth.

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