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mudbank
American English: /ˈmədbæŋk/
British English: /ˈmʌdbaŋk/

Translation of mudbank in Spanish:

noun

  • banco (masculine) de lodo
    Example sentences
    • The Waddenzee consists of many square miles of gently shelving sand and mudbanks largely covered at high water.
    • The Lifeboat arrived on scene in moderate conditions in a South Easterly 4 to 5, to find the Yacht hard aground on a mudbank at the entrance to the Camplie River.
    • We were fortunate when visiting the Suffolk Blyth estuary in May: the first mudbanks were just appearing, and a host of wading birds soon put in an appearance, among them 10 spotted redshank.

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