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avalanche

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈæv.əl.ɑːnʃ/ US  /-æntʃ/
a large amount of ice, snow and rock falling quickly down the side of a mountain
雪崩
Snow and iceCold
the sudden arrival of too many things
大量;突然到來的一大批
We were swamped by an avalanche of letters/phone calls/complaints.
雪片般的來信/潮水般湧進的電話/紛至遝來的投訴使我們應接不暇。
Too much and unnecessary
Translations of “avalanche”
in Arabic جُرف ثَلجي, انْهيار جَليدي…
in Korean 눈사태…
in Malaysian runtuhan…
in French avalanche…
in Turkish çığ…
in Italian valanga…
in Russian лавина…
in Polish lawina…
in Vietnamese tuyết lở…
in Spanish avalancha…
in Portuguese avalanche…
in Thai หิมะถล่ม…
in German die Lawine…
in Catalan allau…
in Japanese なだれ…
in Indonesian salju longsor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪崩, 大量, 突然到来的一大批…
(Definition of avalanche from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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