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Translation of "hump" - English-Spanish dictionary

hump

noun /hamp/
a large lump on the back of an animal, person etc joroba, giba a camel’s hump. part of a road etc which rises and falls in the shape of a hump. montículo humpback noun a back with a hump. joroba; jorobado humpbacked adjective having a hump on the back. jorobado
Translations of “hump”
in Arabic سَنام…
in Korean 툭 솟아 오른 곳…
in Malaysian bonggol…
in French bosse…
in Turkish tümsek, yükselti, tepecik…
in Italian gobba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隆起, 凸起, 駝峰…
in Russian бугор, горб…
in Polish garb…
in Vietnamese cái bướu (lạc đà…), mô đất…
in Portuguese corcunda, corcova…
in Thai โหนก, ถนนส่วนที่ขึ้น ๆ ลง ๆ…
in German der Buckel…
in Catalan gep…
in Japanese (背中の)こぶ…
in Indonesian ponok, gundukan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隆起, 凸起, 驼峰…
(Definition of hump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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