- adj. 河边的；水滨的
- n. 河边居民；河岸拥有人
来自拉丁语 ripa,河岸，海岸，来自 PIE*rei,撕，砍，刮，词源同 rive,river,rift.
- riparian: see river
- riparian (adj.)
- "of or pertaining to river banks," 1849, with -an + Latin riparius "of a river bank," from riparia "shore," later used in reference to the stream flowing between the banks, from ripa "(steep) bank of a river, shore," probably literally "break" (and indicating the drop off from ground level to the stream bed), or else "that which is cut out by the river," from PIE root *rei- "to scratch, tear, cut" (cognates: Greek ereipia "ruins," eripne "slope, precipice;" Old Norse rifa "break, to tear apart;" Danish rift "breach," Middle High German rif "riverbank, seashore;" English riven, rift).
- 1. Riparian areas have important ecological, social, economic and tourist value.
- 河岸带具有重要的生态 、 社会 、 经济和旅游价值.
- 2. Located in the Aba county Jinchuan Jinchuan riparian big, small mountain left.
- 座落在阿坝州金川县城大金川河岸, 小照壁山后左侧.
- 3. The fortunes of New Orleans have always depended on its riparian location.
- 4. Within states using a riparian system to control consumptive uses , water diversion by domestic use.
- 5. Nonetheless, it can provide a basis for Nile riparian to negotiate and settle their dispute.
- 然而无论如何, 国际法可以为尼罗河流域各国通过磋商解决争议提供有力的依据.
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