Translation for 'North Sea' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   the North Sea | -
North Sea {noun}
Северно море {ср}
Partial Matches
north {noun} <N>север {м}
North Pole {noun}
северен полюс {м}
North America {noun}
Северна Америка {ж}
North Macedonia {noun}
Северна Македония {ж}
North Korea {noun}
Северна Корея {ж}
North Holland {noun}
Северна Холандия {ж}
North Korean {adj}севернокорейски
North Rhine-Westphalia {noun}
Северен Рейн-Вестфалия {м}
Java Sea {noun}
Яванско море {ср}
Ligurian Sea {noun}
Лигурско море {ср}
(sea) shanty {noun}
[хорова песен на моряци при работа]
Irish Sea {noun}
Ирландско море {ср}
Labrador Sea {noun}
Лабрадорско море {ср}
Greenland Sea {noun}
Гренландско море {ср}
Baltic Sea {noun}
Балтийско море {ср}
Mediterranean Sea {noun}
Средиземно море {ср}
Norwegian Sea {noun}
Норвежко море {ср}
Caspian Sea {noun}
Каспийско море {ср}
Aegean Sea {noun}
Егейско море {ср}
Aegean Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Егейско море]
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Usage Examples English
  • German delicatessens in cities like New York and Milwaukee sold imported cold cuts, potato salads, "schmierkase", "wienerwurst", North Sea herring, assorted pickles (pickled cucumber) and other prepared foods.
  • The Amber Road was an ancient trade route for the transfer of amber from coastal areas of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean Sea.
  • With energy still providing the backbone of the local economy, recent years have seen very large new investment in the North Sea owing to rising oil prices and favourable government tax incentives.
  • The Alemanni or Alamanni, were a confederation of Germanic tribes Rhenanus argued the term Alemanni was meant for the whole Germanic people only in late antiquity and before it was only meant to designate the population of an island in the North Sea.
  • With the completion of the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal in 1992, uninterrupted water transport was again made possible between the North Sea and the Black Sea.

  • They would stage raids into the North Sea and bombard the English coast, with the aim of luring out small British squadrons and pickets, which could then be destroyed by superior forces or submarines.
  • Since medieval times, there have been many traditional paths that crossed the Mounth (a spur of mountainous land that extends from the higher inland range to the North Sea slightly north of Stonehaven) through present-day Aberdeenshire from the Scottish Lowlands to the Highlands.
  • A force of British light cruisers and destroyers entered the Heligoland Bight (the part of the North Sea closest to Hamburg) to attack German destroyer patrols.
  • The English Channel and the southern North Sea are the busiest seaways in the world.
  • Some fishermen in the North Sea have had to find other work because of a form of eczema (a skin disease) known as "Dogger Bank itch", caused by contact with bryozoans that have stuck to nets and lobster pots.

  • The Baltic Sea is a brackish sea adjoining the North Sea.
  • The Baltic Sea is connected by artificial waterways to the White Sea via the White Sea–Baltic Canal and to the German Bight of the North Sea via the Kiel Canal.
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