Translation of craggy in Spanish:


escarpado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkræɡi/ /ˈkraɡi/

See Spanish definition of escarpado

adjective craggier, craggiest

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    (rocks/mountains) escarpado
    he had a craggy, weather-beaten face tenía un rostro curtido y de facciones bien marcadas
    • In a gaunt and craggy landscape the soft, well-rounded Magdalen weeps over her past.
    • For some nature lovers, the craggy, volcanic landscape of Iceland is a paradise.
    • It has a contrasting landscape ranging from beautiful and mesmerizing beaches to sprawling and craggy mountain ranges.
    • A stone bridge arcs over a waterway in one image and a craggy bit of coastline appears in another.
    • It has virgin temperate woods, craggy desolate coastlines, fjords, glaciers and soft, rolling hills.
    • These mountains were much more craggy and rocky.
    • Be especially wary of those craggy alpine roofscapes favored by current architectural fashion.
    • Northern Ireland is recognizable by its lush green countryside and stout mountains leading down to a steep and craggy shoreline.
    • But over the craggy mountains separating Yugoslavia and Albania, a far less innocent traffic returned.
    • Beneath the kitsch of the souvenir shops, Lourdes is raw and elemental; situated in rather gloomy inward-looking craggy mountains.
    • The Netherlands may be neat, but it doesn't have our happy mess of wolves and craggy mountains, and it never will.
    • It passes steel-blue waters, deep green forests and craggy mountains rising up to 2,500 feet, and you may see golden eagles.
    • Vast expanses of craggy, snow-capped mountains, impressively silhouetted against bright blue skies.
    • Varied landscapes - from plains to canyons to glaciers to lakes to craggy mountains - provide something for everyone.
    • We will spend quality time on the sunny side of the Alps, with craggy bright-white mountains jutting out of smooth grassy meadows.
    • It can evoke craggy mountains one moment, spidery cilia the next.
    • Many of the drawings represent what appear to be an Italian town surrounded by craggy mountains and archeological ruins.
    • The shot resonated off the craggy mountain peaks behind Uncle Pete's home.
    • But she shares with him an affinity for the craggy geological formations of the eastern Washington landscape.
    • Green hills turned to blue-grey, a little more craggy here, a bit mountainous there.
    • The winter where the call of the Wild Hunt was first sounded, echoing off craggy ravines and nauseatingly high cliffs.
    • Thrust together amid the stark, craggy cliffs of the Irish countryside, the three women confront old quarrels.
    • The Judean Desert, with it's dramatic, craggy cliffs, offers special opportunities for adventurous hikes, climbing, and rappelling.
    • A wave of dizziness swamped her as she stared down on craggy cliffs.
    • They'd been chasing each other over the craggy cliffs, and that's when the shadow had passed over them.
    • You'll quickly reach Petit Byahaut, a small bay surrounded by green hills and craggy cliffs.
    • Sen's camera surveys the craggy cliffs on top of which the massacre occurred.
    • At last the climb moved above the forest line, and the path became a vertical craggy precipice.
    • To this day it remains filled with placid, crystal waters lapping at the craggy hewn cliffs.
    • Picture the scene: the late afternoon sun is burnishing the craggy Cornish cliffs.
    • An experienced climber shouted ‘safe’ from the top of a craggy rock face.
    • En route are wildflower meadows, rushing streams and staggering views of craggy peaks, cliffs and glaciers.
    • Rock cakes take their name from their irregular craggy appearance, not from their consistency.
    • In the Mediterranean, I've seen large, robust fig trees sprouting from craggy slopes and fractured rock cliffs.
    • This, we soon discovered, is a craggy ridge only four feet wide, with precipitous 1,500-foot drop-offs on both sides.
    • The desolate pine forests, craggy gullies and rugged desert country are all perfectly suited to this style of movie.
    • Dramatic walls - steep and craggy - rise up to between 200 meters and 600 meters marking the rim of the large caldera.
    • It was good to get on to the narrower path as it climbed north between craggy mountain walls to the summit.
    • Here, 2450 people live outdoors at the foot of a craggy mountainside.
    • It has steep, craggy slopes and can be reached from Glen Nevis via Meall.
    • Mt Iron in particular shows signs of glaciation - rounded on its upstream face and steep and craggy on the downstream side.