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valley

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈvæl.i/
B1 an area of low land between hills or mountains, often with a river running through it: the Nile Valley the Thames valley There was snow on the hill tops but not in the valley.
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in Arabic وادي…
in Korean 계곡…
in Malaysian lembah, lurah…
in French vallée…
in Turkish vadi…
in Italian valle…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穀, 山谷,溪穀…
in Russian долина…
in Polish dolina…
in Vietnamese thung lũng…
in Spanish valle…
in Portuguese vale…
in Thai หุบเขา…
in German das Tal…
in Catalan vall…
in Japanese 谷, 盆地…
in Indonesian lembah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谷, 山谷,溪谷…
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