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glen
American English: /ɡlɛn/
British English: /ɡlɛn/

Translation of glen in Spanish:

noun

  • (in Scotland)
    Example sentences
    • The choice of venue - Glasgow, the road junction for Gaelic immigration from the Highlands of Scotland and the glens of Ireland - is also significant.
    • The Slieve Blooms full of hidden glens and valleys and lakes and have a certain magic that draws not only the tourists but also the locals back again and again.
    • And you can see why, because the tiny island has the lot - mountains, rugged coastline, beaches, open moorland and wooded glens.

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