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trackless
American English: /ˈtrækləs/
British English: /ˈtrakləs/

Translation of trackless in Spanish:

adjective

  • [literary]
    (jungle/desert)
    Example sentences
    • It requires you to do so on rough, steep, largely trackless terrain that it's hard even to walk on safely.
    • Mile 291: Grab the GPS and start navigating on foot across miles of trackless terrain that'll take you into the interior of the Richardson mountains.
    • To provide guidance for a route that sidesteps the timeless, trackless path of the gazelles, the researchers are studying the creatures' habits - and habitats.

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