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12:13 Jul 3, 2001
English to Greek translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: between the rivers
the term of greek derivation, that literally means between the rivers
Dustin Kennedy

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na +1The english term of greek origin is "mesopotamic"=μεσοποτάμιοςanthi
naμεταξύ των ποταμών
Alex Seidanis



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μεταξύ των ποταμών

That's the exact translation of the sentence.
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Alex Seidanis

Alex Seidanis
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The english term of greek origin is "mesopotamic"=μεσοποτάμιος

See the geographic term "Mesopotamia".Mesopotamic is an adjective meaning something found between two rivers.
English-greek dict. "Odysseus"

Local time: 17:53
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