Traducción de glacier en Español:


glaciar, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɡlasɪə//ˈɡleɪsɪə//ˈɡleɪʃər/


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    glaciar masculino
    • The mountain range has 3,200 glaciers with hundreds of millions of cubic metres of snow.
    • Ice sheets, glaciers and underground lakes and rivers carry the rest.
    • The moderately steep walk rewards you with wonderful views of the glacier and the mountains.
    • He said the glaciers in the mountains of Europe now are crumbling due to global warming.
    • Nowhere in the world would one find such a high concentration of huge mountains, peaks, glaciers and passes.
    • It is a country dominated by high peaks and wide flat stretches of lava field, powerful waterfalls and creaking glaciers.
    • Unlike the floating ice shelves, thinning glaciers contribute to global sea-level rise.
    • It is true that in some areas glaciers are retreating, but the venues for the Winter Olympics rely more on snow fields than glaciers.
    • The site tracks the waxing and waning of snow cover, glaciers, sea ice, and ice shelves.
    • They had to cross the mountains, glaciers and snowfields to reach the whaling station on the other side.
    • How many people will still travel to the mountain if the glaciers are gone?
    • Above us, waterfalls tumbled down the mountainside from glaciers that hung over the lip of high cols.
    • There are glaciers, alpine mountains, sandy beaches - it's quite extraordinary.
    • He could see the snowy land in the distance followed by icy mountains and glaciers.
    • It is the land of lakes, glaciers and waterfalls shedding their endless charm forever.
    • We were rewarded next day with brilliant sunshine over a vista of glaciers, bergs, mountains and a sea so dazzling it seemed unreal.
    • As well, glaciers that supply the rivers with much of their water are melting and retreating faster.
    • Snow, glaciers and ice flows feed these large ice sheets in the colder months.
    • The widespread retreat is all the more notable because tropical mountain glaciers are old.
    • The drier northern section is largely covered with ice caps while glaciers are common at the more humid southern end.