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Spanish translation of “cliff”

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cliff

noun /klif/
a high steep rock, especially one facing the sea
acantilado
the white cliffs of Dover.
Translations of “cliff”
in Korean 절벽…
in Arabic جُرْف…
in French falaise…
in Italian scogliera…
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指海岸的)懸崖,峭壁…
in Russian утес, скала…
in Turkish yamaç, yar, uçurum…
in Polish klif…
in Portuguese penhasco, paredão de rocha…
in German die Klippe…
in Catalan penya-segat…
in Japanese がけ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指海岸的)悬崖,峭壁…
(Definition of cliff from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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