Synonyms of slope in English:

slope


See US English definition of slope

See UK English definition of slope

See Spanish definition of cuesta

noun

1‘the roof should have a slope sufficient for proper drainage’

SYNONYMS
gradient, incline, angle, slant, inclination, pitch, decline, ascent, declivity, acclivity, rise, fall, downward, upward, downslope, upslope, ramp, rake, tilt, tip, dip, camber, cant, bevel
North American grade, downgrade, upgrade

2‘a steep, grassy slope’

SYNONYMS
hill, hillside, hillock, bank, rise, escarpment, scarp
Scottish brae
technical glacis, versant, adret, ubac, bajada, piedmont
literary steep

3‘a ten-minute cable-car ride delivers you to the slopes’

SYNONYMS
piste, run, track
nursery slope, dry slope, dry-ski slope
North American trail

verb

1‘the garden sloped down to a stream’

SYNONYMS
slant, incline, tilt
drop away, fall away, decline, descend, sink, shelve, lean, dip
rise, ascend, climb

Phrases

    slope off

    ‘they gathered up their belongings and sloped off’


    SYNONYMS
    leave, go away, go, slip away, take oneself off, make oneself scarce, take one's leave, make off, steal away, slink off, creep off, sneak off
    push off, clear off
    ANTONYMS

    arrive