Translation of uphill in Spanish:
adverbAmerican English: /ˌəpˈhɪl/ British English: /ʌpˈhɪl/
adjectiveAmerican English: /ˈəpˌhɪl/ British English: /ˈʌphɪl/
en subida(battle/task)it's uphill all the way
arduotodo el camino es cuesta arribait was an uphill strugglefue muy difícil
nos ( or les etc) costó muchoExample sentences
- The collective wisdom of cyclists is that the wind is always against you and that uphill slopes inexplicably outnumber downhill ones.
- The Air America pilot who came to check out the airstrip gave it his OK despite a dip in the middle and an uphill slope to the whole strip.
- On one side there was a gentle uphill slope that permitted shots out to about 250 yards.
- But, for all their efforts, Ireland now face an uphill struggle and the probability is that the fates will not be on their side.
- Have you ever noticed that institutional buildings face a huge uphill struggle to be welcoming, no matter how hard they try to soften their hard edges?
- Obviously it's an uphill struggle, but what this area now has in terms of prosperity is thanks to a Labour Government.
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