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Translation of "slope" - English-Spanish dictionary

slope

noun   /sləʊp/
a surface or piece of land that is high at one end and low at the other cuesta, pendiente There’s a steep slope to climb before we’re at the top.
verb   /sləʊp/ ( present participle sloping, past tense and past participle sloped)
to be high at one end and low at the other inclinarse The field slopes down to the river.
(Definition of slope from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

slope

noun /sləup/
a position or direction that is neither level nor upright; an upward or downward slant cuesta, pendiente The floor is on a slight slope.
a surface with one end higher than the other inclinación, vertiente The house stands on a gentle slope.
sloping adjective
inclinado a sloping roof.
(Definition of slope from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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