Definición de sudd en inglés:

sudd

Saltos de línea: sudd

sustantivo

(the sudd)
An area of floating vegetation in a stretch of the White Nile, thick enough to impede navigation.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Strange as it may seem, the sudd interferes but little with the flow of the river, and the Nile passes under it with little resistance.
  • Thick aquatic vegetation (sudd) disperses the river water into numerous channels.
  • Ultimately the force of water, assisted by the pressure of wind, is so great that the sudd dam will burst.

Origen

Arabic, literally 'obstruction'.

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