Word: gulf

Category: gulf

Travel, Business & Industrial, Real Estate

Related words: gulf

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Synonyms: gulf

inlet, bay, bight, cove, fjord, estuary, sound, hole, crevasse, fissure, cleft, split, rift, pit, cavity, chasm, abyss, void, ravine, gorge, canyon, gully, divide, division, separation, gap, breach, difference, contrast, polarity, disconnect, disconnection

Translations: gulf

spanish
despeñadero, golfo, abismo


german
kluft

french
abysse, précipice, abîme, remous, gouffre, ...

italian
golfo, gola, abisso, gorgo

portuguese
sorvedouro, fundão, abismo, golfo, precipício, ...

dutch
boezem, golfspel, zeeboezem, bocht, afgrond, ...

russian
прорва, пропасть, губа, пучина, водоворот, ...

norwegian
bukt, havbukt, kløft

swedish
avgrund, svalg, bukt, golf, vik, ...

finnish
suuri malmikerros, juopa, meren lahti, kuilu, lahti, ...

danish
bugt, golf

czech
propast, záliv, vír, zátoka

polish
czeluść, topiel, ujadanie, wir, zatoka, ...

hungarian
öböl, Gulf, szakadékot

turkish
körfez, uçurum

greek
χάσμα, κόλπος, άβυσσος

ukrainian
поглинати, вир, прірва, пучина, безодня, ...

albanian
gji, humnerë, humnerë e, hendek, Hendeku

bulgarian
залив

belarusian
прорву, бездань, прорва, знікнуць, прапасці

estonian
neelukoht, laht, lõhe

croatian
zaljev

icelandic
Gulf, flói, Persaflóa, í Gulf

latin
sinus

lithuanian
įlanka

latvian
līcis, bezdibenis, plaisa, Persijas līča, līča

macedonian
Заливот, амбисот, залив, Персискиот залив, од Заливот

romanian
golf

slovenian
propast, záliv

slovak
záliv

Popularity stats: gulf

Most searched by regions

Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, Texas

Most searched by cities

Pensacola Beach, Orange Beach, Gulf Breeze, Gulf Shores, Foley

The meaning and "use of": gulf

noun
  • a deep ravine, chasm, or abyss.
  • a large difference or division between two people or groups, or between viewpoints, concepts, or situations.

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