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scenic

adjective uk   us   /ˈsiː.nɪk/
C1 having or allowing you to see beautiful natural features: an area of outstanding scenic beauty a scenic drive/railway We took the scenic route home.
Translations of “scenic”
in Korean 경치가 좋은…
in Arabic ذو مَناظِر خلابة…
in Portuguese pitoresco, aprazível…
in Catalan pintoresc…
in Japanese 景色のよい, 眺めの美しい…
in Italian panoramico, pittoresco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風景優美的…
in Russian живописный…
in Turkish güzel manzaralı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风景优美的…
in Polish widokowy…
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