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avalanche

noun [C] uk   /ˈæv.əl.ɑːnʃ/  us   /-æntʃ/
a large amount of ice, snow, and rock falling quickly down the side of a mountain too many things that arrive or happen at the same time: We were swamped by an avalanche of letters/phone calls/complaints.
Traducciones de “avalanche”
en árabe جُرف ثَلجي, انْهيار جَليدي…
en coreano 눈사태…
in Malaysian runtuhan…
en francés avalanche…
en turco çığ…
en italiano valanga…
en chino (tradicionál) 雪崩, 大量, 突然到來的一大批…
en ruso лавина…
en polaco lawina…
in Vietnamese tuyết lở…
en español avalancha…
en portugués avalanche…
in Thai หิมะถล่ม…
en alemán die Lawine…
en catalán allau…
en japonés なだれ…
in Indonesian salju longsor…
en chino (simplificado) 雪崩, 大量, 突然到来的一大批…
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