Definición de loch en inglés:

loch

Saltos de línea: loch
Pronunciación: /lɒk
 
, lɒx
 
/

sustantivo

Scottish
  • 1A lake: Loch Lomond
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    • Fishing a lovely loch, or lake even, for the first time is invariably an uplifting experience.
    • It also highlighted the dangers that limpets, snails and anemones might suffer from overheated rock pools, and that enclosed lochs like Loch Maddy could suffocate through lack of oxygen.
    • The need for a national academy became a pressing issue when an existing water sports centre at Portobello closed down as a result of rowing in Scotland moving away from the sea and inland to lochs and rivers.
  • 1.1 (also sea loch) An arm of the sea, especially when narrow or partially landlocked.
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    • The plan was to steam to the next sea loch, Loch Bay, which had been known by some on board to produce some good diving.
    • Now linked to the mainland by bridge, Skye consists of a series of peninsulas, each with its own sea loch, flanked by spectacular cliffs and little bays, many of which have their own white sandy beaches.
    • Luckily, the banks of Loch Fyne, the longest sea loch in Scotland, are ideal for cultivating both oysters and mussels.

Origen

late Middle English: from Scottish Gaelic.

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Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little