Translation of downhill in Spanish:
adverbAmerican English: /daʊnˈhɪl/ British English: /daʊnˈhɪl/
- (walk/run)to go downhill
cuesta abajoir cuesta abajo
ir de mal en peorExample sentences
- Follow the cobbles downhill and through a gate to reach the canal's lower level on the left.
- The route drops to a dead-end road called Smearbottom Lane further uphill, but downhill it becomes Hawthorns Lane and we took its very steep and metalled surface.
- Obviously the logical answer is that it always flows downhill, and it is an illusion that the road's length slants upwards.
adjectiveAmerican English: /daʊnˈhɪl/ British English: /ˈdaʊnhɪl/
- 1 1.1 (downward)(path)a downhill slope
cuesta abajouna bajada
una pendienteExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (in skiing)
- There are subtle inclines and subtler downhill slopes.
- ‘There is no chance that any new downhill slopes will be developed at any of the existing centres or at any new locations,’ he says.
- Now, consider that - on a good day with a downhill slope and the blessing of some higher power - the Rickshaw can hit 30 mph.
- This was the start of the downhill road that is his health.
- It's downhill from there, a situation not helped by the BBC constantly reviving it because they feel the need to get a Christmas blockbuster.
- Seventy-four and a half per cent of this province's college faculty have voted to strike in protest of the downhill slide of the quality of college education.
de descenso contra-relojExample sentences
- Favorite winter sports include cross-country and downhill skiing, and long-distance skating.
- For some sports like downhill skiing and gymnastics, they're eight times more susceptible.
- And when exactly was general downhill skiing and snowboarding considered an ‘extreme’ sport?
- 2 (easy, pleasant) (predicative) it's all downhill from herede aquí en adelante todo va a marchar sobre ruedas or todo va a ser coser y cantarExample sentences
- I was hoping it would be a downhill slope from here, and I guess in a way, it is.
nounAmerican English: /daʊnˈhɪl/ British English: /ˈdaʊnhɪl/
- (in skiing) the downhillel descenso contra-relojExample sentences
- Being the type of person I am, I like the thrill - that's probably why I like downhill.
- The beauty of the older cable bindings was their usefulness for both touring and downhill.
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