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fell

verb uk   /fel/ us  

fell verb (FALL)

past simple of fall

fell verb (CUT DOWN)

[T] to cut down a tree: A great number of trees were felled to provide space for grazing. [T] to knock someone down, especially in sports: He eventually felled his opponent with a punch to the head.

fell

noun [C] uk   /fel/ UK us  
a hill or other area of high land, especially in northwest England

fell

adjective uk   /fel/ us  

fell adjective (EVIL)

literary or old use evil or cruel

fell adjective (HILL)

[before noun] UK relating to fells (= hills): We went fell walking last weekend.
Traducciones de “fell”
en coreano “fall”의 과거형…
en árabe fall الفِعل الماضي مِن…
en francés abattre…
en turco 'düşmek' fiilinin ikinci hali…
en italiano passato semplice di “fall”…
en chino (tradicionál) 跌落, 跌倒,摔落…
en ruso прош. вр. гл. fall…
en polaco -…
en español talar…
en portugués passado de “fall”…
en alemán fällen…
en catalán passat de “fall”…
en japonés “fall” の過去形…
en chino (simplificado) 跌落, 跌倒,摔落…
(Definition of fell from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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