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waterway

Pronunciation: /ˈwɔːtərweɪ; ˈwɔːtəweɪ/

Translation of waterway in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • (river) vía (feminine) fluvial; (canal) vía (feminine) or canal (masculine) navegable
    Example sentences
    • The town is near the Delaware and Hudson Canal, a commercial waterway that connected the two rivers.
    • Houses in the settlement are accessed by boats which travel on the waterways and canals within the community.
    • Finland's 60,000 lakes are linked by short rivers, sounds, or canals to form busy waterways.

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