A tumbling free-stone brook

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by Emma59, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. Emma59

    Emma59 Senior Member

    Dunkerque
    French
  2. JeanDeSponde

    JeanDeSponde Senior Member

    France, Lyon area
    France, Français
     
  3. Emma59

    Emma59 Senior Member

    Dunkerque
    French
    Merci pour la définition ! Auriez-vous une idée de comment le traduire en français ?
     
  4. JeanDeSponde

    JeanDeSponde Senior Member

    France, Lyon area
    France, Français
    Je ne suis pas pêcheur malheureusement:eek:...
     
  5. Emma59

    Emma59 Senior Member

    Dunkerque
    French
    Voilà ce que j'ai trouvé pour "freestone" :
    Type of river or stream with a significant gradient resulting in medium to fast-moving water. Although the upper reaches of a freestone stream may be spring-fed, the vast majority of its flow comes from run-off or tributaries. The fast moving water inhibits the growth of weeds or other rooted vegetation resulting in a "Free Stone" bottom. Fresstone streams are less fertile than spring creeks resulting in a smaller and less diverse aquatic insect population. Fewer bugs in faster water usually results in fewer but more opportunistic trout.

    Maintenant, je vois ce que c'est, mais je ne vois pas du tout comme le traduire ...
     
    Last edited: Apr 10, 2013

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