Definition of 'mountaineer'
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He was the founder of a mountaineering club at school. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Two of us were experienced mountaineers. Christianity Today (2000)He points to a large display of belts, buckles and harnesses for mountaineering and rock climbing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Then, thrown into the equation, there is wanting to do ski mountaineering expeditions. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In 1950 he was invited on one of the first mountaineering expeditions to Nepal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Two German mountaineers who were climbing nearby reached me and I was taken to hospital. Times, Sunday Times (2014)FIVE lucky British mountaineers were rescued by a passing helicopter after getting trapped on melting ice in Greenland. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'mountaineer'
British English: mountaineer /ˌmaʊntɪˈnɪə/ NOUN
A mountaineer is someone who climbs mountains as a hobby or sport.
- American English: mountaineer
- Arabic: مُتَسَلِقُ الْـجِبَالِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: alpinista
- Chinese: 登山运动员
- Croatian: planinar
- Czech: horolezec
- Danish: bjergbestiger
- Dutch: bergbeklimmer
- European Spanish: alpinista
- Finnish: vuorikiipeilijä
- French: alpiniste
- German: Bergsteiger
- Greek: ορειβάτης
- Italian: alpinista
- Japanese: 登山者
- Korean: 등산자
- Norwegian: fjellklatrer
- Polish: wspinacz
- European Portuguese: alpinista
- Romanian: alpinist
- Russian: альпинист
- Spanish: alpinista
- Swedish: bergsbestigare
- Thai: นักไต่เขา
- Turkish: dağcı
- Ukrainian: альпініст
- Vietnamese: người leo núi
Definition of mountaineer from the Collins English Dictionary
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