Translation of waterway in Spanish:

waterway

vía fluvial, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɔdərˌweɪ//ˈwɔːtəweɪ//ˈwɑdərˌweɪ/

noun

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    (river) vía fluvial feminine
    (canal) vía navegable feminine
    (canal) canal navegable masculine
    • Somehow I would have thought that cycling would be an activity that would fit in easily with the ambience of the canals and waterways.
    • Some US forces were north of the Euphrates River, but most were stuck south of the waterway as engineers tried to build a pontoon bridge there.
    • Houses in the settlement are accessed by boats which travel on the waterways and canals within the community.
    • The code will supply unrestricted access to the country's inland waterways, including all rivers, canals and lochs.
    • Restorers of the Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal want to expand their knowledge of the waterway's social history.
    • Finland's 60,000 lakes are linked by short rivers, sounds, or canals to form busy waterways.
    • The new waterway would connect the Grand Union Canal at Milton Keynes with the Great Ouse River in Bedford.
    • Locally the sluices and waterways from the flood plain to the river are in several cases clogged up.
    • He became my much valued travel companion, and together we explored the waterways to evangelise.
    • Three thousand fish have been released into the River Tame in Stockport to restore life to a waterway devastated by a major pollution incident earlier this year.
    • The waterway was extended when the Monklands Canal was joined to the Port Dundas basin in 1793, and the Union Canal at Camelon in 1822.
    • Manchester is already getting a new waterway linking the Ashton and Rochdale canals when the Cardroom estate is transformed into New Islington.
    • The northern waterways were closed, the rivers and lakes being slowly choked by the encroaching winter ice.
    • The town is near the Delaware and Hudson Canal, a commercial waterway that connected the two rivers.
    • The canal boom revived the idea of a waterway between Manchester and Sowerby Bridge.
    • Others traveled further north along the Mississippi waterway.
    • Together they came up with the canal idea as the Leeds-Liverpool waterway runs through the village.
    • Hundreds of tonnes of soil were also removed to make a 300-metre road along the river bank, reducing the width of the waterway to just two metres at places.
    • Several of the country's largest waterways, including the Yellow River, run dry before reaching the sea.
    • It aims to expand uses of ancient waterways, to increase trade, travel and communication lines.