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snow-capped

adjective uk   /ˈsnəʊ.kæpt/  us   /ˈsnoʊ-/
Snow-capped mountains and hills have snow on the top of them.
Translations of “snow-capped”
in Chinese (Traditional) (山)蓋著雪的,大雪封頂的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (山)有雪冠的,大雪封顶的…
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