Definición de Pelion en inglés:

Pelion

Saltos de línea: Pel¦ion
Pronunciación: /ˈpiːlɪən
 
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A wooded mountain in Greece, near the coast of SE Thessaly, rising to 1,548 m (5,079 ft). It was held in Greek mythology to be the home of the centaurs, and the giants were said to have piled Mounts Olympus and Ossa on its summit in their attempt to reach heaven and destroy the gods.

Frases

pile (or heap) Pelion on Ossa

Add an extra difficulty to something which is already onerous.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As the Greeks would say, why pile Pelion on Ossa?
  • But was it worth while to heap Pelion on Ossa, to shake the whole world, to create such a cataclysm of colour, merely to raise a smile?
  • Looking for a hill from which to scan the territory, one does not want to pile Pelion on Ossa.

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