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Meaning of “hilly” - Learner’s Dictionary

hilly

adjective     /ˈhɪli/
having a lot of hills: hilly countrysideHills and mountains
Translations of “hilly”
in Korean 언덕이 많은…
in Arabic بِشكل مُنحَدِر…
in Portuguese montanhoso, acidentado…
in Catalan ple de turons…
in Japanese (小)山の多い, 丘の多い…
in Italian collinoso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多小山的,多丘陵的…
in Russian холмистый…
in Turkish tepelik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多小山的,多丘陵的…
in Polish górzysty, pagórkowaty…
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