In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(climate/waters) costerocoastal navigation — cabotaje masculine
- coastal strip — franja costera
- Its success will encourage others in our coastal and rural communities to do the same.
- A rise in sea level is a concern where economic activity is based in coastal areas.
- When it opened it was the first of Yorkshire Water's new coastal schemes to be commissioned.
- The very long jetty was used as a wharf for the area in the days of coastal shipping.
- The process of coastal erosion and deposition further down the coast has been going on for centuries.
- There are many picnic spaces, information boards and coastal walks in this old village.
- With its stunning landscape and coastal views it is a property developer's dream.
- We were strolling along the coastal path and sat down on the grass for a rest and to enjoy the panoramic view across the bay.
- The coastal species are often well known, but many stay out of sight and are seldom seen by most people.
- Most of us are aware of the impact that coastal erosion can have on buildings, property and communities.
- The logic was that coastal areas most benefited from the navy's protection.
- It is thus important to realize that the coastal zone includes areas both above and below sea level.
- Some coastal villages are exposed to the seas by the lack of ice.
- We walked a very remote coastal path and then up two very large snow-covered mountains.
- The people would be moved to new coastal villages, where opportunities awaited them in industries and fisheries.
- The rest is wooded savanna, river valleys, and a small coastal plain.
- Some coastal waters are degraded by oil production and sewage discharges.
- How could he hope to compete with them from the little coastal town of Westport?
- Most of the population live in highly urbanized areas along the coastal plains.
- Almost every building in the small coastal town of Grand Isle was quickly destroyed.
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