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Spanish translation of “hill”

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hill

noun /hil/
a piece of high land, smaller than a mountain
colina
We went for a walk in the hills yesterday.
a slope on a road
cuesta
This car has difficulty going up steep hills.
hillock /-lək/ noun a small hill.
altozano, collado; montículo
hilly adjective ( comparative hillier, superlative hilliest) having many hills
montañoso
hilly country.
hillside noun the side or slope of a hill
ladera
The hillside was covered with snow.
Translations of “hill”
in Korean 언덕…
in Arabic تَلّ, هَضَبة…
in French colline, pente…
in Italian collina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小山,丘陵, (路的)斜坡…
in Russian холм…
in Turkish tepe, yükselti…
in Polish wzgórze, wzniesienie…
in Portuguese colina, morro…
in German die Anhöhe, der Hügel…
in Catalan turó…
in Japanese 丘, 小山…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小山,丘陵, (路的)斜坡…
(Definition of hill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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