Noun(1) the side or slope of a mountain
(1) At times we could glimpse three levels of track down the forested mountainside to the valley.(2) The road that led out of Cassais had led him down a mountainside towards the seaside.(3) It was a small cave in the side of a mountain; a crack about half way up the mountainside led to the opening of the dark place.(4) The loose snow avalanche is generally not as deadly as the slab type and forms when powder snow falls on the mountainside and just cascades down the slope.(5) He sighed and ruefully gazed down the rocky mountainside to the glistening valley below.(6) The wind gently stirs, softly whistling as it swirls in the crevices and crags of the mountainside .(7) They were climbing steeply up the mountainside by now, through rocky, hard terrain.(8) Outside the villages, the fields and mountainsides are awash with jasmine, wild lupins, broom, poppies, cornflowers and white wistaria, leading the eye to gentle slopes cloaked in velvety green grass and pockets of dark green forest.(9) Footpaths worn into loose rock on mountainsides can be as narrow as the width of two hiking boots, with thousand-foot drop-offs that can send any stumbling climber into an uncontrollable slide to icy glacial rivers.(10) The chateau is surrounded by sweeping mountainsides , and its reddish soils and steep manicured vineyards provide brilliant Chardonnay, silky Cabernet and top quality Syrah.(11) It grows in a lot of different climates, from jungles to high on mountainsides .(12) Also, coca farmers are migrating up mountainsides , avoiding the police but causing massive soil erosion and deforestation problems in mountainous areas unfit for intense cultivation.(13) Species living high on tropical mountainsides , for example, have nowhere to go if temperatures warm their home turf.(14) People who live in low-lying areas must move to higher ground to keep away from floods, while those who live on mountainsides must watch out for landslides after heavy rains and be ready to evacuate at any time.(15) Many Andorrans still live in traditional, slate-roofed, stone farmhouses, often built against mountainsides to leave stretches of level land free for planting.(16) Barely a regular structure, road or building broke the contours of the mountainsides , whose ragged, stony slopes rose straight from the shore to a thousand feet.
(1) mountainside :: الجبل
1. versant ::
English to Arabic Dictionary: mountainside
Meaning and definitions of mountainside, translation in Arabic language for mountainside with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of mountainside in Arabic and in English language.
Tags for the entry "mountainside"
What mountainside means in Arabic, mountainside meaning in Arabic, mountainside definition, examples and pronunciation of mountainside in Arabic language.