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Translation of "mound" - English-Spanish dictionary

mound

noun   /maʊnd/
a large pile of something montaña There was a mound of clothes on the floor.
a higher area of soil, like a small hill montículo an ancient burial mound
(Definition of mound from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mound

noun /maund/
a small hill or heap of earth etc montículo a grassy mound a mound of rubbish.
(Definition of mound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “mound”
in Korean 더미, 언덕…
in Arabic كَوْمة, رُكام, كَومة…
in Malaysian timbunan…
in French monticule…
in Russian куча, груда, холм…
in Chinese (Traditional) 堆, 土堆,沙石堆, 小丘…
in Italian mucchio, tumulo…
in Turkish yığın, küme, tümsek…
in Polish stos, kopiec…
in Vietnamese ụ đất, gò…
in Portuguese monte…
in Thai เนิน…
in German der Hügel…
in Catalan pila, monticle…
in Japanese ~の山, 盛り土, 小山…
in Chinese (Simplified) 堆, 土堆,沙石堆, 小丘…
in Indonesian gundukan…
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