Translation for 'Red Sea' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   the Red Sea | -
Red Sea {noun}
Червено море {ср}
Partial Matches
red {adj}червен
Celtic Sea {noun}
Келтско море {ср}
Sargasso Sea {noun}
Саргасово море {ср}
Aral Sea {noun}
Аралско море {ср}
Labrador Sea {noun}
Лабрадорско море {ср}
Java Sea {noun}
Яванско море {ср}
Aegean Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Егейско море]
Aegean Sea {noun}
Егейско море {ср}
Adriatic Sea {noun}
Адриатическо море {ср}
Labrador Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лабрадор
White Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Русия]
(sea) shanty {noun}
[хорова песен на моряци при работа]
Chukchi Sea {noun}
Чукотско море {ср}
Lincoln Sea {noun}
море {ср} Линкълн
Laptev Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лаптеви
Irish Sea {noun}
Ирландско море {ср}
Kara Sea {noun}
Карско море {ср}
Greenland Sea {noun}
Гренландско море {ср}
sea level {noun}морско равнище {ср}
Baltic Sea {noun}
Балтийско море {ср}
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Usage Examples English
  • Apart from the lowlands and the Atlas mountain range, the continent may be divided into two regions of higher and lower plateaus, the dividing line (somewhat concave to the north-west) running from the middle of the Red Sea to about 6 deg.
  • The aim of the expedition was to conquer Socotra and build a fortress there, hoping to close the trade in the Red Sea.
  • The Djibouti Armed Forces are an important player in the Bab-el-Mandeb and Red Sea.
  • Christopher Ehret argues for a unified Proto-Cushitic language in the Red Sea Hills as far back as the Early Holocene.
  • and the parting of the Red Sea in both versions of "The Ten Commandments".

  • This southern coastal route past the rough country in the southern Arabian Peninsula was significant, and the Egyptian Pharaohs built several shallow canals to service the trade, one more or less along the route of today's Suez Canal, and another from the Red Sea to the Nile River, both shallow works that were swallowed up by huge sand storms in antiquity.
  • Also important is the Aswan-Berenice highway, which connects with the ports of the Red Sea.
  • Historically, most were Bedouins living in the area between the Nile and the Red Sea, with some settling along the trade route linking Korosko with Abu Hamad.
  • Few of his other paintings resemble this apocalyptic scene of two huge armies dominated by an extravagant landscape seen from a very high viewpoint, which looks south over the whole Mediterranean from modern Turkey to include the island of Cyprus and the mouths of the Nile and the Red Sea (behind the isthmus to the left) on the other side.
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