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Translation of "abseil" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
Translations of “abseil”
in Vietnamese trèo xuống…
in Thai ปีนป่ายลงเขาด้วยเชือก…
in Malaysian menakik turun…
in Chinese (Traditional) 援繩爬下, 繞繩下降…
in Indonesian meluncur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 援绳爬下, 绕绳下降…
(Definition of abseil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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