Category:Dike (geology)

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English: In geology, two kinds of landforms are called dikes, first, intrusions of igneous rock, often simply called dikes or igneous dikes, i.e. a form of volcanism, and on the other hand, the clastic dikes, which consist of sedimentary materials.
Deutsch: Dyke
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English: Dike, or Dyke (in British English)
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日本語: 岩脈
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System-search.svgSee also: Dike, flood protection structures.
System-search.svgSee also: Dike, defensive fortifications.
System-search.svgSee also: Dike, the Greek deity of Justice.
dike 
term in geology
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Dique (es); Дайка (ky); Berggangar (is); Дайка (ru); Dyke (de); Дайка (be); آذرین‌تیغه (fa); 岩脈 (zh); დაიკი (ka); 岩脈 (ja); gång (sv); דייק (he); डाइक (hi); Juoni (fi); dajka (cs); Dicco (it); Dyke (fr); Filon (ht); Daik (et); gang (nn); dique (pt); Дайка (uk); Daika (uz); dike (en); Дајк (sr); Daika (lt); Dayk (tr); dic (ca); Дайка (bg); Dike (id); Dajka (pl); gang (nb); Dayka (az); dike (nl); Dique (an); haránttelér (hu); 암맥 (ko); Dique (gl); جيب نافذ (ar); Dingeán (ga); Դայք (hy) term in geology (en); bergartsmasse, malm eller mineral som fyller en sprekk eller spalte i berggrunnen og som er yngre enn berggrunnen omkring (nb); geologie (nl) dájk, dyke, dike (hu); dyke (en)

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