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steep1 British & World English

(Of a slope, flight of stairs, or angle) rising or falling sharply; almost perpendicular

steep2 British & World English

Soak (food or tea) in water or other liquid so as to extract its flavour or to soften it

steep1 English Thesaurus

steep limestone cliffs

steep2 English Thesaurus

the ham is then steeped in brine for three or four days

steep English-Spanish

empinado

a steep/gentle slope in slope English-Spanish

una cuesta empinada/poco pronunciada

it's a steep climb to the top in climb English-Spanish

es una subida empinada hasta la cima

let the tea steep for 5 minutes in steep English-Spanish

deje el té en infusión 5 minutos

let's try that way, it's less steep in way English-Spanish

probemos por ese lado, es menos empinado

he charged me $200 — that's a bit steep! in steep English-Spanish

me cobró 200 dólares — ¡qué caro!

it's a bit steep to expect them to work without a break in steep English-Spanish

no es muy razonable que digamos, esperar que trabajen sin un descanso