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Hill, Anita /əˈniːtə/
Hill, Damon /ˈdeɪmən/
Hill, Joe /dʒəʊ/
hill /hɪl/ noun [countable]


تپه ، پشته ، تل ، توده کردن ، انباشتن ، عمران: توده خاک ، معماری: تپه
hill
[noun]
Synonyms: mount, fell, height, hillock, hilltop, knoll, mound, tor
English Thesaurus: mountain, hill, Mount, cliff, precipice, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Hill, Anita /əˈniːtə/
(1956–) an American lawyer and teacher of law. When the Senate was deciding whether Clarence Thomas should become a justice on the US Supreme Court, she told the Senate that when she was working for Thomas he had tried to start a sexual relationship with her even though she did not want to. Thomas said that this was not true, and after a lot of discussion, the Senate agreed to allow Thomas to become a Supreme Court Justice.

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II. Hill, Benny
(1925–92) a British comedian known especially for his very popular television programmes. His shows were often criticized for the large number of jokes about sex, and for including lots of young women wearing very little clothing, whom he was shown chasing through parks.

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III. Hill, Damon /ˈdeɪmən/
(1960–) a British Formula One racing car driver who was world champion in 1996. He is the son of the former Formula One champion Graham Hill.

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IV. Hill, Joe /dʒəʊ/
(1879–1915) a US trade union leader, who tried to help workers to get better wages and more rights. He also wrote many songs on social subjects, including Casey Jones.

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hill S2 W2 /hɪl/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hyll]

1. an area of land that is higher than the land around it, like a mountain but smaller ⇒ uphill, downhill:
Their house is on a hill overlooking the sea.
A cart was making its way up the hill.

2. a slope on a road:
There’s a steep hill ahead.downhill, uphill

3. the Hill American English Capitol Hill

4. over the hill no longer young, and therefore no longer attractive or good at doing things:
Kathleen thinks she’s over the hill, but she’s only 32.

5. it doesn’t amount to a hill of beans American English spoken it is not important

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

hill
noun
ADJ. big, high, long The bus sped down the long hill.
little, low, small The village is set on a small hill.
steep | gentle | rolling, undulating ~s The landscape is made up of low, rolling hills.
conical, rounded | blue, dark, green, purple | bare, forested, grassy, open, rocky, rugged, wooded | distant, far the distant blue hills
isolated, lonely | encircling, surrounding ~s Troops forced villagers to flee to the surrounding hills.
prominent | coastal | chalk the chalk hills of southern England
VERB + HILL climb (up), go up They climbed a steep hill and came to the village.
come down | take to ~s (literary) We took to the hills in a variety of four-wheel-drive vehicles.
HILL + VERB overlook sth, rise a hill overlooking the wide valley below Wooded hills rise behind the town.
HILL + NOUN climbing, walking | walker | farming | farmer | farm, fort, station (= a small town in the hills, especially in India), town, village In the heat of summer the rich fled to the hill stations.
country | top (= also hilltop) | start (= starting a vehicle on a slope)
PREP. down a/the ~ A grassy path led down the hill.
in the ~s There are several lead mines in the hills above Grassington.
on a/the ~ The church is perched on a hill.
over a/the ~ Over the hill lies another village.
up a/the ~ A few yards up the hill, on the left, was a turning.
~ above the hills above the town
PHRASES the bottom/foot of a/the hill A spring emerges at the bottom of the hill.
the top of a/the hill

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hill

steep
She pushed her bicycle up the steep hill.
rolling/gentle hills (=hills with slopes that are not steep)
He loved the green rolling hills of Dorset.
a long hill
The bus started going up the long hill into town.
climb a hill (=walk or drive up a hill)
She climbed the hill out of the village.
go down a hill
It's best to use a low gear when you are going down steep hills.
the top of a hill
The view from the top of the hill was beautiful.
the brow/crest of a hill (=the top part of a hill)
A tank appeared over the brow of the hill.
the bottom/foot of a hill
The house was at the bottom of a hill.
a hill town
the hill towns of Tuscany
hill country (=a rural area where there are a lot of hills)
the rough hill country on the Welsh border

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