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     1. n. (Géographie) Colline.
           Il était sept heures, par un soir très chaud, sur les collines de Seeonee. Père Loup s'éveilla de son somme journalier, se gratta, …
anglais > anglais
     1. n. An elevated location smaller than a mountain.
           The park is sheltered from the wind by a hill to the east.
     2. n. A sloping road.
           You need to pick up speed to get up the hill that's coming up.
     3. n. (US) A heap of earth surrounding a plant.
     4. n. (US) A single cluster or group of plants growing close together, and having the earth heaped up about them.
           a hill of corn or potatoes
     5. n. (baseball) The pitcher’s mound.
     6. v. To form into a heap or mound.
     7. v. To heap or draw earth around plants.
français > anglais
     1. n. hill, downs
           Elle m'a dit d'aller siffler là-haut sur la colline. - She told me to go and whistle up there on the hills


Exemples de phrases

It is the way up the hill
To the left the hill slopes down. 
As they reach the brow of the hill the buck stops and turns to watch me again. 
A car coming up the hill, without lights, forced the man who was passing to swerve back in. 
A cookery bookshop is to open opposite, and up the hill film and theatre, photography and children's bookshops are planned. 

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