Word: gutter

Category: gutter

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Related words: gutter

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Synonyms: gutter

drain, sluice, sluiceway, culvert, spillway, sewer, channel, conduit, pipe, rain gutter, trough, trench, ditch, furrow, cut, toilet

Translations: gutter

spanish
canal, chorrera, badén, canalón


german
gosse, rinne, nutpartie, nut, traufe, ...

french
égout, caniveau, ruisseau, rigole, gouttière

italian
grondaia

portuguese
sarjeta, calha, medianiz, da calha, caleira

dutch
goot, dakgoot, de goot, rugmarge

russian
водосток, канавка, обжора, желоб, низы, ...

norwegian
takrenne, rennestein

swedish
ränna, rännsten

finnish
katuoja, valua, ränni, vesikouru, vako, ...

danish
tagrende

czech
okap, stoka, rigol, stružka, kanál

polish
ściek, rynna, rynsztok

hungarian
jasszvilág, ereszcsatorna, szegélyárok, kötésmargó

turkish
oluk

greek
οχετός, ρείθρο

ukrainian
канава, ринва, канавка, обпливати, жолоб

albanian
hendek, sensacioneve, therkë, i sensacioneve, i vendit bosh

bulgarian
канавка

belarusian
жолаб, латок, самы жолаб

estonian
veeruvahe, katuserenn

croatian
oluk, slivnik, izolučiti

icelandic
Göturæsi, komist, komist fyrir, Þakrenna

lithuanian
latakas

latvian
notekcaurule

macedonian
олук, олукот, бедна

romanian
jgheab, jgheaburi, de jgheaburi, jgheabului

slovenian
žleb, Odtok, vezavo, za vezavo

slovak
odkvap, okap, odkvapov

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The meaning and "use of": gutter

noun
  • a shallow trough fixed beneath the edge of a roof for carrying off rainwater.
  • the blank space between facing pages of a book or between adjacent columns of type or stamps in a sheet.

verb
  • (of a candle or flame) flicker and burn unsteadily.
  • channel or furrow with something such as streams or tears.

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