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Spanish translation of “abseil”

abseil

verb /ˈæbseil/
(British ) to go down a steep cliff or rock by sliding down a rope and pushing against it with your feet; rappel(American)
Rappel
She swung herself over the edge of the cliff and abseiled swiftly down to the ground.
(Definition of abseil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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