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 Translation for 'Sea of Japan' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   the Sea of Japan | -
SYNO East Sea | Sea of Japan
геог.
Sea of Japan {noun}
Японско море {ср}
Partial Matches
геог.
Sea of Okhotsk {noun}
Охотско море {ср}
геог.
Sea of Azov {noun}
Азовско море {ср}
геог.
Sea of Marmara {noun}
Мраморно море {ср}
геог.
Japan {noun} <.jp>
Япония {ж}
геог.
Bismarck Sea {noun}
море {ср} Бисмарк
геог.
Coral Sea {noun}
Коралово море {ср}
геог.
White Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Русия]
геог.
Kara Sea {noun}
Карско море {ср}
геог.
Tyrrhenian Sea {noun}
Тиренско море {ср}
геог.
Bismarck Sea {noun}
Новогвинейско море {ср}
геог.
Labrador Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лабрадор
геог.
Adriatic Sea {noun}
Адриатическо море {ср}
геог.
Aegean Sea {noun}
Егейско море {ср}
геог.
Aegean Sea {noun}
Бяло море {ср} [Егейско море]
геог.
Icarian Sea {noun}
Икарийско море {ср}
геог.
Chukchi Sea {noun}
Чукотско море {ср}
геог.
Lincoln Sea {noun}
море {ср} Линкълн
геог.
Red Sea {noun}
Червено море {ср}
геог.
Yellow Sea {noun}
Жълто море {ср}
геог.
Laptev Sea {noun}
море {ср} Лаптеви
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Usage Examples English
  • The subduction plates have pulled the Japanese archipelago eastward, created the Sea of Japan and separated it from the Asian continent by back-arc spreading 15 million years ago.
  • In other historical records, he is said to have originally been King of Koshi, a smaller tribal entity, apparently in northern parts of central Japan, perhaps as far as the coast of Sea of Japan.
  • or Sōya Strait, is a strait dividing the southern part of the Russian island of Sakhalin from the northern part of the Japanese island of Hokkaidō, and connecting the Sea of Japan on the west with the Sea of Okhotsk on the east.
  • The Sea of Japan creates snowfall in the mountainous western Japanese prefectures of Niigata and Nagano, parts of which are known collectively as snow country ("Yukiguni").
  • Extremely small tides also occur for the same reason in the Gulf of Mexico and Sea of Japan.

  • The tiger historically ranged from eastern Turkey and Transcaucasia to the coast of the Sea of Japan, and from South Asia across Southeast Asia to the Indonesian islands of Sumatra, Java and Bali.
  • This mountainous peninsula is flanked by the Yellow Sea to the west, and the Sea of Japan to the east.
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