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Spanish translation of “rampart”

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rampart

noun /ˈrӕmpaːt/
(often in plural) a mound or wall for defence
terraplén; muralla
The defenders were drawn up on the ramparts of the castle.
Translations of “rampart”
in French rempart…
in German der Wall…
in Chinese (Traditional) (城市、城堡等周圍的)防禦土牆,壁壘…
in Chinese (Simplified) (城市、城堡等周围的)防御土墙,壁垒…
(Definition of rampart from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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