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hummock
American English: /ˈhəmək/
British English: /ˈhʌmək/

Translation of hummock in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • They watch for prey from slightly elevated perches such as hummocks, rocks, and fence posts.
    • They sat on a raised hummock, and soon the hummock became an island as the water rose about them.
    • Rounding off the pavilion's layers is a roof garden with grassy hummocks and a calm, reflecting pool.

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