cerro translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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cerro

  
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1      (Geog)   hill  
MODISMOS andar o echarse o ir por los cerros de Úbeda      to wander off the point, go off at a tangent  
2      (Zool)   back  
MODISMOS ir en cerro      to ride bareback  
3      (Téc)   bunch of cleaned hemp or flax   bunch of cleaned hemp or flax  
4      (Andes)   (=montón)   heap, load  
un cerro de algo      a heap of sth, a load of sth  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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a heap of sth
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a load of sth
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you can see the hill there and the castle on top
exp.
she banged {o} slammed the book shut
exp.
the window slammed shut
exp.
the door slammed shut
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the museum closed for refurbishment
exp.
the door closed {o} shut behind me
exp.
he's been rather elusive since he closed down the business
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to ride bareback
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'cerro' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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el cerro está lleno de cuevas
exp.
cerró la puerta
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se cerró de golpe
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cerró la puerta silenciosamente
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se cerró de golpe
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luego, cerró la puerta
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la puerta se cerró sola
exp.
la puerta se cerró ruidosamente
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se cerró con un ruido seco
exp.
el cine cerró el año pasado
"cerro": examples and translations in context
Espérame aquí y subimos juntas el cerro. Wait here, we will go up the hill together.
Y ahí encima del cerro está Corea del Norte. And that's North Korea up along the hill.
Una extraña enredadera ha surgido sobre el cerro en el Pino Solitario. A strange vine has cropped up over the ridge at Lone Pine.
Negativo, haré una última búsqueda por el cerro. Negative. I'm gonna make a final pass by the ridge.
La investigación del FBI se cerro la semana pasada. The FBI inquest closed last week.
Al momento de entrar, El cerro las puertas. The moment I entered, the doors closed.
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