fluvial

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flu·vi·al

 (flo͞o′vē-əl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or inhabiting a river or stream.
2. Produced by the action of a river or stream.

[Middle English, from Latin fluviālis, from fluvius, river, from fluere, to flow; see bhleu- in Indo-European roots.]
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fluvial

(ˈfluːvɪəl) or

fluviatile

adj
(Physical Geography) of, relating to, or occurring in a river: fluvial deposits.
[C14: from Latin fluviālis, from fluvius river, from fluere to flow]
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flu•vi•al

(ˈflu vi əl)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to a river.
2. produced by or found in a river.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin fluviālis, derivative of fluvi(us) river]
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Adj.1.fluvial - of or relating to or happening in a river; "fluvial deposits"
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Translations
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fluvial

fluvial

[ˈfluːvɪəl] ADJfluvial
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fluvial

adjin Flüssen, fluvial (spec); fluvial waterFlusswasser nt
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References in periodicals archive ?
(1996) define riparian zones as including active fluvial landforms across the floodplain and into terrace landforms.