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hill·side

 (hĭl′sīd′)
n.
The side or slope of a hill, situated between the foot and the summit.

hillside

(ˈhɪlˌsaɪd)
n
the side of a hill

hill•side

(ˈhɪlˌsaɪd)

n.
the side or slope of a hill.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hillside - the side or slope of a hillhillside - the side or slope of a hill    
brae - a slope or hillside
hill - a local and well-defined elevation of the land; "they loved to roam the hills of West Virginia"
incline, slope, side - an elevated geological formation; "he climbed the steep slope"; "the house was built on the side of a mountain"
Translations
جانِب التَّلّه
úbočí
bakkeskråningskrænt
hlíî, brekka
dağ eteği

hillside

[ˈhɪlsaɪd] Nladera f, falda f

hillside

[ˈhɪlsaɪd] ncoteau m
on the hillside → à flanc de coteau
I was staying in a house on the hillside above Lake Como → Je séjournais dans une maison à flanc de coteau, au-dessus du lac de Côme.hill start n (in vehicle)démarrage m en côte
to do a hill start → faire un démarrage en côte

hillside

[ˈhɪlˌsaɪd] npendio

hill

(hil)
1. noun a piece of high land, smaller than a mountain. We went for a walk in the hills yesterday.
2. a slope on a road. This car has difficulty going up steep hills.
ˈhillock (-lək) noun
a small hill.
ˈhilly adjective
having many hills. hilly country.
ˈhillside noun
the side or slope of a hill. The hillside was covered with new housing.
References in classic literature ?
Weaker groups were forced fighting up the hillsides.
The pageant of the wild flowers vanished until all that lingered on the burnt hillsides were orange poppies faded to palest gold, and Mariposa lilies, wind-blown on slender stems amidst the desiccated grasses, that smouldered like ornate spotted moths fluttering in rest for a space between flight and flight.
Salving his conscience with the idea that this was part of the inspection, he rode on to the clay-pit--a huge scar in a hillside.
A HOUND having started a Hare on the hillside pursued her for some distance, at one time biting her with his teeth as if he would take her life, and at another fawning upon her, as if in play with another dog.
And when no specks at all were found in several pans, he straightened up and favored the hillside with a confident glance.
I gather the larkspur Over the hillside, Blown mid the chaos Of boulder and bellbine; Hating the tyrant Who made me an outcast, Who of his leisure Now spares me no moment: Drinking the mountain spring, Shading at noon-day Under the cypress My limbs from the sun glare.
And when the roaring hillside broke, And all our world fell down in rain, We saved him, we the Little Folk; But lo
On the hillside grew dense bushes and small trees and among the bushes were little open spaces carpeted with long grass, now stiff and frozen.
For a part of the distance between Auburn and Newcastle the road-- first on one side of a creek and then on the other--occupies the whole bottom of the ravine, being partly cut out of the steep hillside, and partly built up with bowlders removed from the creek- bed by the miners.
We came at last to the foot of an exceeding steep wood, which scrambled up a craggy hillside, and was crowned by a naked precipice.
George, I cannot say; but surely a dragon was killed there, for you may see the marks yet where his blood ran down, and more by token the place where it ran down is the easiest way up the hillside.
Just as we had finished talking about skeletons and were drifting into the subject of fossils, Harris and I heard a shout, and glanced up the steep hillside.