clifftop


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clifftop

(ˈklɪftɒp) or

cliff-top

n
the horizontal top of a cliff
Translations

clifftop

[ˈklɪftɒp]
A. Nlo alto de un acantilado
I have a beautiful house on a clifftoptengo una casa hermosa encima de un acantilado
B. ADJen or por lo alto de un acantilado
a clifftop walkun paseo por el acantilado

clifftop

cliff-top [ˈklɪftɒp]
nsommet m d'une falaise
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The woman, in her 30s, slipped off the 500ft clifftop of the notorious Beachy Head suicide spot in East Sussex as she got up from reading a book - but her fall was broken by an outcrop 150ft down.
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The 21-year-old man slipped on the 130ft high clifftop at Boscombe, Bournemouth, and plunged 75ft before a ledge broke his fall.
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The family were taking a stroll on Saturday evening near their home in Dunbar, East Lothian, when Sabrina followed her older brother as he walked to the edge of the clifftop in search of a seagull's nest.
A MAN who survived a 60ft clifftop plunge yesterday was hours away from getting married.
He said that while he suspected Mr Sheehan's actions on the clifftop had been deliberate he could not be certain so he could not record a verdict of suicide.
A MYSTERY woman swimmer was found drowned after a walker spotted her body from a clifftop.
Farmer James Gillespie, 44, fell from a narrow clifftop path as he strolled through the popular birdwatching area.
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