Translation of traverse in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (cross) [formal or liter] atravesar*, cruzar* a region traversed by rivers una región surcada de ríosExample sentences1.2 (in mountaineering, skiing) [slope] atravesar*
- Wild animals and birds traversing contiguous forest stretches have no clue that there might be restrictions.
- He would repeatedly cheer us up by assuring us that our team was the first to uninterruptedly traverse this difficult, and unique, coast-to-coast route.
- Deserts were crossed, mountains were scaled, forests were traversed, icebergs were negotiated.
- The time-pressed can try bouldering, which entails traversing and short ascents that can be completed sans rope.
- As the gully became wider on the descent, we were forced to traverse ever farther left, on tiny broken ledges, eventually reaching the top of the wall.
- From there, we traversed across ledges and slabs toward the next belay.
- When the time came to retrieve the plates, we had to traverse slopes that had more than a meter of new snow.
- They were traversing Windy Ridge in Uintah back country known for heavy avalanche activity, he said.
- Although most skiers traverse the Inside Road from north to south, both directions demand stamina with substantial elevation gains and losses.
- 1 c and u [formal] (act of crossing) travesía (feminine)
- 2 c and u (in mountaineering, skiing) travesía (feminine)
- 4 countable/numerable 4.1 (gallery) galería (feminine) 4.2 (on trench) barrera (feminine) de protección
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