Translation of confluence in Spanish:

confluence

confluencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑnˌfluəns//ˈkɒnflʊəns/

noun

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    confluencia feminine
    • Along from Waiotahe is the confluence of two rivers, the Waioweka and Otara.
    • The Sangameshwar temple is at the confluence of rivers Alaknanda, Varuna and Shastri and gets submerged during monsoon.
    • This crosses the Calder close to its confluence with the River Ribble.
    • Today the adit can still be seen at the confluence of the Uncompahgre River and Canyon Creek, at the base of Oak Street on the southwest side of Ouray.
    • A hanging bridge has been planned at ‘Triveni sangamam’, the confluence of three rivers in Muvattupuzha.
    • Roman remains have been located at the confluence of the rivers Thames and Fleet.
    • The boatramp is situated on the Fraser fairly close to the confluence of the Harrison river, and it was on the lower Harrison that we dropped anchor.
    • One can see from the viewpoint or ‘lovers meet’ the confluence of the rivers Teesta and the Rangeet.
    • It sits on the border with Austria at the confluence of two rivers.
    • From the citadel the impregnability of Ani's site is even more striking: on a peninsula at the confluence of two rivers, only one side of the city was accessible by land.
    • According to the publication the waterfall lies on the confluence of the East Lumwana and Mumbezhi rivers.
    • The confluence of the two rivers also stands as a natural boundary separating three countries Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
    • They are strategically positioned on mountainsides, on the confluence of two rivers or overlooking valley entrances.
    • He established his weather control scheme in the land surrounding the confluence of two rivers.
    • The large, stone main building sits on a bluff above the confluence of two rivers.
    • The pair had only been dating for a few months when, according to the band's website, a shaman performed the ceremony in a canoe at the confluence of three rivers in the Amazon.
    • The town is sacred because it is at the confluence of two real rivers - the Ganges and the Yamun - and one mythical one, the Saraswati.
    • Situated as it was at the confluence of two rivers, and yet deep inland, it was secure and at the same time easily accessible to traders.
    • The confluence of the rivers Ouse and Fosse was a naturally attractive site to the military mind.
    • Priority was also given to completing sheet piling along a 1,000 yard stretch of the Dutch River, upstream of its confluence with the River Ouse at Goole.