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Spanish translation of “tropic”

tropic

noun /ˈtropik/
either of two imaginary circles running round the earth at about 23 degrees north ( Tropic of Cancer) or south ( Tropic of Capricorn) of the equator.
trópico
tropics noun plural the hot regions between or ( loosely) near these lines
trópicos
The ship is heading for the tropics.
tropical adjective of the tropics
tropical
The climate there is tropical.
growing etc in hot countries
tropical
tropical plants.
tropically adverb
como en el trópico
(Definition of tropic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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