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Translation of "avalanche" - English-Spanish dictionary

avalanche

noun   /ˈæv·əl·ɑːnʃ/
a mass of snow that falls down the side of a mountain avalancha
(Definition of avalanche from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

avalanche

noun /ˈӕvəlaːnʃ/
a fall of snow and ice down a mountain avalancha Two skiers were buried by the avalanche.
(Definition of avalanche from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “avalanche”
in Korean 눈사태…
in Arabic جُرف ثَلجي, انْهيار جَليدي…
in Malaysian runtuhan…
in French avalanche…
in Russian лавина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪崩, 大量, 突然到來的一大批…
in Italian valanga…
in Turkish çığ…
in Polish lawina…
in Vietnamese tuyết lở…
in Portuguese avalanche…
in Thai หิมะถล่ม…
in German die Lawine…
in Catalan allau…
in Japanese なだれ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪崩, 大量, 突然到来的一大批…
in Indonesian salju longsor…
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