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  •  Language: Slovak
      •  cave[Edit] : 1) An underground hollow with access from the ground surface or from the sea, often found in limestone areas and on rocky coastlines. 2) A natural cavity, chamber or recess which leads beneath the surface of the earth, generally in a horizontal or obliquely inclined direction. It may be in the form of a passage or a gallery, its shape depending in part on the joint pattern or structure of the rock and partly on the type of process involved in its excavation. Thus, caves worn by subterranean rivers may be different in character from, and of considerably greater extent than, a sea-cave eroded by marine waves. 3) A natural underground open space, generally with a connection to the surface and large enough for a person to enter. The most common type of cave is formed in a limestone by dissolution. (Source: CED / WHIT / BJGEO)
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          Bulgarian1) Подземен отвор с достъп от земната повърхност или откъм морето, често срещан във варовикови райони и по скалистите брегове. 2) Естествена кухина, камера или проход, водещ под повърхността на земята, най-често в хоризонтална или наклонена посока. Може д
          Castilian1) Hueco subterráneo con acceso desde la superficie de la tierra o del mar, encontrado a menudo en áreas de piedra caliza y en líneas rocosas costeras. 2) Cavidad, compartimiento o hendidura natural que conducen debajo de la superficie de la tierra, generalmente en una dirección horizontal o de inclinación oblicua. Puede estar en la forma de pasaje o de galería, su forma depende en parte del patrón o de la estructura común de la roca y en parte del tipo de proceso implicado en su excavación. Así, las cuevas usadas por los ríos subterráneos pueden ser diferentes en carácter, y en tamaño considerablemente mayor que las cuevas marinas erosionadas por las ondas marinas. 3) Espacio abierto subterráneo natural, generalmente con una conexión a la superficie y bastante grande para que una persona entre. El tipo más común de cueva es formado en piedra caliza por la disolución.
          English1) An underground hollow with access from the ground surface or from the sea, often found in limestone areas and on rocky coastlines. 2) A natural cavity, chamber or recess which leads beneath the surface of the earth, generally in a horizontal or obliquely inclined direction. It may be in the form of a passage or a gallery, its shape depending in part on the joint pattern or structure of the rock and partly on the type of process involved in its excavation. Thus, caves worn by subterranean rivers may be different in character from, and of considerably greater extent than, a sea-cave eroded by marine waves. 3) A natural underground open space, generally with a connection to the surface and large enough for a person to enter. The most common type of cave is formed in a limestone by dissolution. (Source: CED / WHIT / BJGEO)
          ItalianCavità sotterranea con accesso da terra o da mare, che si trova spesso in zone calcaree e sulle coste rocciose.
          Polishnaturalne, głębokie wydrążenie w skale z wylotem na zewnątrz
          Slovenian1) Podzemna votlina, ki je dostopna s kopenskega površja ali morja, pogosto najdena na apnenčastem območju in kamnitih obalah. 2) Naravna razpoka, prostor ali niša, ki vodi pod zemeljsko površje, ponavadi leži v vodoravni ali rahlo nagnjeni smeri. Lahko ima obliko hodnika ali galerije, njeno obliko pa delno določata kamninska sestava in procesi, katerim je izpostavljena. Tako je jama, ki jo izoblikuje podzemna reka drugačna in se obenem močno razlikuje od tiste, ki je rezultat erozije morskih valov. 3) Naraven podzemen odprt prostor, v večini primerov povezan s površjem in dovolj velik, da lahko vanj vstopi človek. Najpogostejši tip jame nastane s korozijo apnenca. (Vir: CED / WHIT / BJGEO)
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