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    Rivers, or rivers of white are gaps which appear to run through a paragraph of text, due to a coincidental alignment of spaces.

     

    Dutch: wit kanaal
    French: lézarde
    German: Gießbach, Gasse
    Italian: canaletto
    Polish: kanalik
    Portuguese: Rio
    Russian: Коридор
    Spanish: río, calle

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Riccardo Sartori Manuel Sesma Gizzmo Diogo Ramos Moreira Przemysław Sakrajda


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    Riccardo Sartori

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    Perhaps it would be better to match singular and plural between translations (i.e., for example, rivers=canaletti, river=canaletto).

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    Ralf Herrmann

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    Always feel free to correct any problems you see with the terms in your native language. That’s why it’s set up as Wiki. 

    In this specific case, it was easier to change the English entry to resolve it. So I did that. 

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