Slang Hydrography

Hydrography is part of the physical geography that is responsible for studying the description of seas, rivers, lakes and other water currents. The word hydrography is of Greek origin and is made up of the expressions ” hydor ” which means ” water ” and “graphein ” which represents ” record” or ” write ” plus the suffix “i a” that expresses ” quality ” or “action ” Also, the term hydrography refers to all seas, rivers, lakes, among other streams of water that make up an area or region.…

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Slang Hydrosphere

As a hydrosphere, or hydrosphere, it is called the set of waters found on planet Earth. As such, it is a word that is composed of the root hydro-, from the Greek ὑδρο- (hydro-) which means ‘water’, and from the word, also Greek, σφαῖρα (sphaira), which translates as ‘sphere’. In this sense, the hydrosphere includes, according to Geography, the waters found in oceans, seas, rivers, lakes, lagoons, as well as groundwater and those that are…

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Slang Weed Never Dies

“Weed never dies” is a version of the Spanish saying “Bad bug never dies”. It is normally applied to refer to people of known evil, who persist in harming and are not willing to improve their behavior. By using this saying in that sense, it implies a certain cynicism, since it implies that the person does not expect the wicked to change and that, in addition, he is not surprised by…

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