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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CLIFFTOP HISTORY Dunstanburgh Castle, begun in 1313 by Earl Thomas of Lancaster and later passed to John of Gaunt, was the focus of fierce fighting during the Wars of the Roses between 1455 and 1487.
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Two clifftop dwellings were premiated in recent AR Awards cycles (AR December 2001 and December 2003), both essays in deft spatial organisation and thoughtful use of materials, intended to evoke the spirit of pre-Colombian and colonial houses anchored in the land.
The ladders used to reach the plains below the Anasazis' clifftop homes provided access control.
The victim had plunged from a clifftop but a member of the public was quick to alert emergency services and he was rescued.
So one morning we set off on the climb up to the clifftop St Georgenberg church and monastery, the predecessor of the Feicht monastery where we were staying.
But Bude, a breezy clifftop walk away from Widemouth Bay, is an elegant seaside town, famous for its Sea Pool, refreshed daily by the ocean.
You go along steep clifftop paths with the ocean crashing into rocks and wonderful beaches.