Meaning of snow-capped in English:

snow-capped

Pronunciation /ˈsnəʊkapt/

Translate snow-capped into Spanish

adjective

  • (of a mountain) having a covering of snow on the top.

    ‘the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro’
    • ‘I think I remember seeing snow-capped mountains with the sun setting behind them.’
    • ‘Long curls of smoke ascended from the huts of the dwellers in many directions, and mountains were snow-capped in every direction.’
    • ‘Snow-capped volcanoes slope down to pine forests, deserts, and balmy tropical beaches.’
    • ‘There could be no mistaking that snow-capped range.’
    • ‘We look back on to the snow-capped hills bathed in the rosy light of the dawn.’