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mountain

noun /mauntən/
a high hill
montaña
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world (also adjective) a mountain stream.
mountain bike noun a bicycle with wide tyres/tires for riding over rough ground.
bicicleta de montaña
mountain birch noun a type of birch tree.
abedul
mountain range noun a row of mountains.
cordillera, sierra
mountain ridge noun a long raised surface along the top of a mountain.
cumbre, cresta
mountaineer noun a person who climbs mountains, especially with skill, or as his occupation.
alpinista
mountaineering noun mountain-climbing.
alpinismo
mountainous adjective full of mountains
montañoso
The country is very mountainous.
mountainside noun the slope of a mountain
ladera de montaña
The avalanche swept the climbers down the mountainside.
mountain-top noun the summit of a mountain.
pico, cima, cumbre
make a mountain out of a molehill to exaggerate the importance of a problem. etc
hacer una montaña de un grano de arena
There’s no need to make a mountain out of a molehill.
Translations of “mountain”
in Arabic جَبَل…
in Korean 산…
in Malaysian gunung…
in French (de) montagne…
in Turkish dağ, dağ gibi bir şey, büyük yığın/küme…
in Italian montagna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大的山丘, (高)山,山嶽…
in Russian гора, груда…
in Polish góra…
in Vietnamese núi…
in Portuguese montanha…
in Thai ภูเขา…
in German der Berg, Gebirgs-…
in Catalan muntanya…
in Japanese 山…
in Indonesian gunung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的山丘, 山,山岳…
(Definition of mountain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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