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fellverb

uk   us   /fel/

fell verb (FALL)

past simple of fall

fell verb (CUT DOWN)

[T] to cut down a tree: A great number of trees were felled to provide space for grazing. [T] to knock someone down, especially in sports: He eventually felled his opponent with a punch to the head.

fellnoun [C]

uk   us   /fel/ UK
a hill or other area of high land, especially in northwest England

felladjective

uk   us   /fel/

fell adjective (EVIL)

literary or old use evil or cruel

fell adjective (HILL)

[before noun] UK relating to fells (= hills): We went fell walking last weekend.
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