Translation of knoll in Spanish:

knoll

loma, n.

Pronunciation: /noʊl//nəʊl/

noun

  • 1

    loma feminine
    montículo masculine
    • After some distance the trail rose sharply, and ended in a grassy glade atop a knoll.
    • She arrived a little before Kayla and laid out a blanket on a grassy knoll overlooking the lake.
    • The first hour today was one part exhilaration, nine parts exhaustion, as he demonstrated how to inch sideways up a snowy knoll in skis.
    • Situated on a high knoll - Black Craig - it was clearly an excellent defensive vantage point providing views over the surrounding countryside.
    • The lodge is built on a small knoll, overlooking the main waterhole.
    • A couple of hundred feet above us, on a small knoll, stood a deserted fort, a relic from the French occupation.
    • Cows and herdsmen alike shun the warm sand of a track bordered with withered sedge, to hide in the shade of an oakwood on a nearby knoll.
    • Some reports said the first plan would have involved removing most of the trees from the picturesque wooded knoll overlooking the harbour.
    • With picnic blankets, hampers and candles in safety cups, the visitors began taking up their positions on the grassy knoll.
    • From the bealach we climbed up through some trees to a rocky knoll from where another path eventually zig-zagged its way to the grassy summit.
    • The species also extends to several of the rocky knolls in the area.
    • He sat down next to me on the grassy knoll by Tommy's grave.
    • The village is perched on a knoll above the spume, and its tall houses seem to turn their backs on the sea.
    • The 24-metre high mast was to be located on a small tree-topped knoll above the Owenmore River.
    • Leave the road and take a track which runs to the left, leaving it almost immediately to follow a path which runs south round a knoll.
    • The two were fencing on top of a grassy knoll, with mountains in the distance.
    • I made an unusually gentle landing for a person of my size in a wild patch of sagebrush on the top of huge knoll.
    • This walk follows a circular route around an irregularly shaped tarn, through broadleaf woodland and shady conifers and across grassy knolls nibbled by sheep.
    • Perched on a knoll at 6,400 feet, the hut looks out onto a line of ridges where the subalpine forest climbs to 7,800 feet before giving way to the granite flanks of the Caucasus.
    • Ahead were more hills, more little valleys, more slopes and hollows and knolls.