Translation of hilltop in Spanish:

hilltop

cima, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɪlˌtɑp//ˈhɪltɒp/

noun

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    cima feminine
    cumbre feminine
    • Coastal areas, hilltops, and mountain passes are common areas for wind farms.
    • No one-off houses scar the hilltops and valleys.
    • Consequently, hilltops may not be key or decisive terrain because you cannot observe through the canopy.
    • They occur in many different situations in the landscape including river valleys and hilltops.
    • No sooner had he done this than it was decided to move the Academy from the damp riverside to the hilltop.
    • From a hilltop, Bill Adams points to the next ridge, which is now heavily wooded.
    • Most were found on hillside slopes although some were located on hilltops or knolls.
    • The hilltops and ridges generally have a mix dominated by oaks, Carya glabra, and Pinus rigida.
    • Less lime is generally required on bottomland, more on hillsides and the most on hilltops.
    • Willow will be planted to shore up the banks of the River Devon and wetland created to soak up water on neighbouring hilltops.
    • Low clouds embraced the hilltops around the valley, tendrils of mist wending down into the frost-rimed trees along the slopes.
    • On Monday they will head off to explore the extensive network of ancient trails and bridleways that cross the valleys and hilltops.
    • Beyond the village, Eastern Shura forces advanced up a narrow, forested valley, while the tanks shelled the hilltops a mile away.
    • This may explain, in part, why this is occurring on many hillsides or hilltops.
    • First was the development of defended settlements, usually on hilltops or promontories that afforded natural defence.
    • Sunday dawned grey and forbidding as clouds hung low over Lough Talt, clinging ominously to the hilltops around the lake.
    • As the region was swamped by the new lake and hilltops turned into small islands, top predators like jaguars and harpy eagles fled the area.
    • But it's now believed to come from ‘kan’ or ‘summit’, because the earliest settlers settled on the summits or hilltops.
    • Constructed on hilltops with views of major valleys, the pucaras had barracks, houses, reservoirs, and a sun temple.
    • Kammu houses are built close together in the village, located on a hilltop or halfway up a mountain.