channel river

upės vagos reguliavimas statusas Aprobuotas sritis melioracija apibrėžtis Upės vagos tvarkymas ją pritaikant laivybai, hidrotechnikos statinių statybai ir melioracijos reikmėms: vagos gilinimas, tiesinimas, valymas ir pan. atitikmenys: angl. channel river šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos žemės ūkio ministro 2006 m. sausio 9 d. įsakymas Nr. 3D-2 „Dėl melioracijos techninio reglamento „MTR 2.02.01:2005 Melioracijos statiniai. Pagrindiniai reikalavimai“ patvirtinimo“ (Žin., 2006, Nr. 6-227)

Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas). 2015.

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