Translation for 'Irish Sea' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   the Irish Sea | -
Irish Sea {noun}
Ирландско море {ср}
Partial Matches
Irish {adj}ирландски
(sea) shanty {noun}
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Caspian Sea {noun}
Каспийско море {ср}
Kara Sea {noun}
Карско море {ср}
Laptev Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лаптеви
Lincoln Sea {noun}
море {ср} Линкълн
Chukchi Sea {noun}
Чукотско море {ср}
Ligurian Sea {noun}
Лигурско море {ср}
Java Sea {noun}
Яванско море {ср}
sea level {noun}морско равнище {ср}
Baltic Sea {noun}
Балтийско море {ср}
Mediterranean Sea {noun}
Средиземно море {ср}
Barents Sea {noun}
Баренцово море {ср}
Norwegian Sea {noun}
Норвежко море {ср}
North Sea {noun}
Северно море {ср}
Greenland Sea {noun}
Гренландско море {ср}
Labrador Sea {noun}
Лабрадорско море {ср}
White Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Русия]
Labrador Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лабрадор
Adriatic Sea {noun}
Адриатическо море {ср}
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Usage Examples English
  • Ferry connections between Britain and Ireland via the Irish Sea include the routes from Fishguard and Pembroke to Rosslare, and Cairnryan to Larne.
  • The first element in his name is cognate with the stem of the name of the Irish sea god Manannán mac Lir, and likely originated from the same Celtic deity as Manannán.
  • Dyfed (...) is a preserved county in southwestern Wales. It is a mostly rural area with a coastline on the Irish Sea and the Bristol Channel.
  • While the sources for north-eastern Britain, the lands of the kingdom of and the former Pictland, are limited and late, those for the areas on the Irish Sea and Atlantic coasts—the modern regions of north-west England and all of northern and western Scotland—are non-existent, and archaeology and toponymy are of primary importance.
  • Throughout the summer of 1915, "Baralong" continued routine patrol duties in the Irish Sea without encountering the enemy.

  • There was a brief period of freedom in the Irish Sea zone for the Vikings of Dublin, with a political vacuum felt throughout the entire Western Maritime Zone of the North Atlantic Archipelago.
  • The western Pennines are drained by the River Ribble which flows westwards, eventually reaching the Irish Sea close to Lytham St Annes.
  • It is bordered by the Irish Sea to the east and the counties of Wexford to the south, Carlow to the southwest, Kildare to the west, and South Dublin and Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown to the north.
  • As this ended, the central Irish Sea was deglaciated and the English Channel flooded, with sea levels rising to current levels some 8,000 years ago, leaving the British Isles in their current form.
  • It instead missed and landed in the Irish Sea – the pebble left behind formed Rockall, while the clump became the Isle of Man and the void left behind filled with water and eventually became Lough Neagh.

  • northwest of London, located on the Liverpool Bay of the Irish Sea the city of Liverpool is built across a ridge of sandstone hills rising up to a height of around 230 feet (70 m) above sea-level at Everton Hill, which represents the southern boundary of the West Lancashire Coastal Plain.
  • Northern Ireland, separated from Great Britain by the Irish Sea and North Channel, has an area of [...] and is mostly hilly.
  • The Manchester Ship Canal opened in 1894, creating the Port of Manchester and linking the city to the Irish Sea, [...] to the west.
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