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Translation of "hollow" - English-Spanish dictionary

hollow

adjective /ˈholəu/
having an empty space in it hueco a hollow tree Bottles, pipes and tubes are hollow. (of a sound) strangely deep, as if made in something hollow cavernoso a hollow voice. hollowness noun oquedad, lo hueco beat hollow to beat thoroughly at a game etc arrasar, aplastar The local team were beaten hollow by eight goals to one on Saturday. hollow out phrasal verb to make hollow ahuecar They hollowed out a tree trunk to make a boat.
(Definition of hollow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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