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Spanish Word of the Day: Acantilados

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Acantilados

Accidentes geográficos

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 6/22/2010
Word: Acantilados
(a-can-ti-LA-dos), sustantivo masculino y adjetivo.
English: Cliff
Etymology: Del participio de acantilar
Meaning: 1. Dicho del fondo del mar: Que forma escalones o cantiles.
2. Dicho de una costa: Cortada verticalmente o a plomo.
3. Escarpa casi vertical en un terreno.
Topic:Accidentes geográficos
Example:

Tres cosas le fascinaron desde niño: una hoguera, el mar rompiendo contra las rocas de los acantilados, y las estrellas en un cielo sin nubes.

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