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mountain

noun [C] (VERY LARGE HILL)
巨大的山丘
 
 
/ˈmaʊn.tɪn/ US  /-tən/
a raised part of the Earth's surface, much larger than a hill, the top of which might be covered in snow
(高)山,山嶽
The Matterhorn is one of the biggest mountains in Europe.
馬特洪峰是歐洲最雄偉的山峰之一。
The Rockies are a mountain chain/range in the western USA.
洛磯山脈綿亙於美國西部。
I'd love to go mountain-climbing.
我想去爬山。
We're going to the mountains (= an area where there are mountains) for our holiday.
我們會去山區渡假。
Hills and mountains
Translations of “mountain”
in Korean 산…
in Arabic جَبَل…
in French (de) montagne…
in Italian montagna…
in Russian гора, груда…
in Turkish dağ, dağ gibi bir şey, büyük yığın/küme…
in Polish góra…
in Spanish montaña…
in Portuguese montanha…
in German der Berg, Gebirgs-…
in Catalan muntanya…
in Japanese 山…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的山丘, 山,山岳…
(Definition of mountain noun (VERY LARGE HILL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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