freshwater englannista suomeksi
juomakelpoinen vesi, makea vesi
Living in water.
''The trout is a freshwater fish.''
Consisting of water.
''Lake Baikal is the world's largest freshwater lake in terms of volume.''
Unskilled as a seaman.
''a freshwater sailor''
2012, John Quiggin, ''Zombie Economics: How Dead Ideas Still Walk Among Us'', Princeton University Press (expanded paperback ed., 1st ed. from 2010), (ISBN), page 86.
A body of water
1953, ''Publications of the Institute of Marine Science'' (volumes 3-4, page 100)
- Fossils with low Sr/Ca ratios indicating origin in a freshwater of a type which has a low Sr/Ca ratio: (..)
2015, Sophie Lake, Durwyn Liley, Robert Still, ''Britain's Habitats''
- Freshwaters are portrayed in many artforms, including books such as Kenneth Grahame's childrens' story ''Wind in the Willows''.
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1978, Roger M. Waller, John T. Turk, and Robert J. Dingman, "Potential effects of deep-well waste disposal in western New York", ''Geological Survey Professional Paper'', page 21:
- Schematic diagram of the viscosity effect during the injection of freshwater.
2011, Guy Levy, P. Fine, and A. Bar-Tal, ''Treated Wastewater in Agriculture'', https://books.google.com/books?id=XfgAIGsBLbwC&lpg=PT179&dq=%22the%20freshwater%20was%22&pg=PT234v=onepage&q&f=false:
- Actual field data of Cl distribution in soil after irrigation with TWW and freshwater were obtained in a field experiment in Israel (Feigin et al., 2005; Fine et al. 2007).
(quote-journal)|date=20 April 2014|passage=Alewives are anadromous fish: Born in freshwater, they spend their lives in the ocean, returning annually to their birthplaces to spawn.