Translation of seawater in Spanish:

seawater

agua de mar, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsiˌwɔdər//ˈsiːwɔːtə/

noun

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    (with masculine article in the singular) agua de mar feminine
    (with masculine article in the singular) agua salada feminine
    • In many areas, fresh water supplies are polluted by seawater, chemicals and sewage.
    • Perth has already decided on a plant to turn seawater into drinking water by 2007.
    • As the atmosphere mixes with surface seawater, carbon dioxide dissolves into the ocean.
    • Water used for this purpose must be drinking water or clean seawater.
    • In addition, there will be a huge programme to further improve the quality of drinking water, river and seawater.
    • It can be obtained by mining and evaporating water from brines and seawater.
    • Someone once tried to suggest to me that ocean tides were the result of seawater being pulled about by the moon.
    • Aquaculture is the practice of farming with fish and shellfish in both fresh water and seawater.
    • The water vascular system is not filled with seawater as in sea stars and urchins, but rather with a special body fluid.
    • Due to the lack of fresh water, seawater has flowed into six of Chimen's 24 reservoirs.
    • Frankfurters and hot dogs, for instance, are fave foods for kids, but have about the same concentration of salt as seawater.
    • Drinking seawater followed by fresh water was considered a universal remedy.
    • Because of the high salt content of seawater, it is generally unfit for human consumption.
    • This greater tolerance may be due to the presence of seawater rather than fresh water.
    • The chemical soup contains ten times more salt than seawater.
    • They obtain most of their water from prey but will drink seawater to satisfy thirst also.
    • I've read many times since that the best way to cook live prawns is to boil them in heavily salted water or, better still, seawater.
    • The rest of the plasma is very much like seawater, an ocean of life.
    • Rather than trying to remove the salt from seawater, the plant would use brackish waters from the Thames ebb tide.
    • More surprising is the general advocacy of the addition of seawater or salt during fermentation.