English to Arabic Meaning :: seaward

Seaward :
نحو البحر
- نحو البحر
 
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(1) There are some wonderful pinnacles in both groups, with the best diving and healthiest coral to be found on the seaward side of each.(2) Many productive commercial fishing areas depend on phytoplankton nurtured by the seaward flow of clearer water, which in turn nurtures the fish.(3) To further add to the jetty's lore a fire broke out in December 1999, destroying a massive 80m section, about 150m from the seaward end.(4) A large white bird appeared low over the seaward shrubby trees.(5) They're the major cause of the 12 000 official rescues each year and probably drag seaward on the order of 25 000 unwilling bathers annually.(6) One of the men positioned the prow of the boat against the seaward ice, revved the engines, and widened the gap to six feet.(7) In contrast, at high tide, the steep shingle beach produces plunging breakers against the berm causing the seaward movement of material.(8) Melting glaciers add fresh water to the oceans and speed the seaward movement of ice and an influx of fresh water into the ocean.(9) Lower densities of common eiders were observed seaward of the barrier islands up to 50 km from shore.(10) This old granite house has, as the French say, its feet in the water, which seems to lap against the wide seaward windows.(11) The side of Kilauea is constantly moving, generally slipping seaward at a rate of about 3 inches a year.(12) With no natural protection from the sea, apart from a narrow coral reef, the atoll was at the mercy of massive waves that crashed over its 30-metre high seaward cliffs.(13) The Greeks seeing they were outnumbered hauled in their sail and began to turn the prow of their craft seaward .(14) In recent reports, the Army Corps of Engineers has determined that the seawall is between 150 and 200 feet too far seaward .(15) Similarly, the seaward boundary was defined as 10 km offshore, with exceptions based on specific circumstances.(16) Blue crab megalopae were concentrated at the surface immediately seaward of the front.
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