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trek
American English: /trɛk/
British English: /trɛk/

Translation of trek in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Named for the 4,672-foot volcanic massif, which from the west appears to have three peaks, the park has a number of trails and hikes, varying from easy strolls to extremely arduous treks.
    • Although he has been part of several groups in his various adventures in the past, he has spent a great deal of these arduous treks in the company of Sir Ranulf Ffiennes.
    • The attack took place along an arduous trek into the wildlife sanctuary on Kapiti Island which is heavily wooded at this time of year.

intransitive verb -kk-

  • to go trekking in Spain
    ir a hacer senderismo en España
    I had to trek all over London looking for the book [colloquial]
    tuve que patearme todo Londres buscando el libro [colloquial]

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