i fyny'r allt
- i fyny'r alltesgyn
Noun(1) the upward slope of a hill
Adjective(1) sloping upward
Adverb(1) against difficulties(2) upward on a hill or incline
(1) Challenging those deep-rooted views of graffiti may seem like an uphill battle when you consider that, depending on what side of the fence you sit, graffiti can either mean art or vandalism.(2) The collective wisdom of cyclists is that the wind is always against you and that uphill slopes inexplicably outnumber downhill ones.(3) A few feet beyond the sign a footpath leaves the road on the right and climbs uphill through the trees.(4) The accident happened last September when an ambulance taking a patient to hospital met slow uphill traffic on the road to Scarborough near East Ayton.(5) The men have to lug a 50 kg bag of coal and run close on a mile - 1,108-yards - on an uphill course before dropping their sacks of coal at the foot of the maypole.(6) Car-less people with housing problems face a ride to Viau metro station and either a trip on the 132 bus, or a 10-minute, uphill walk.(7) Attempts are still being made to adapt it to modern circumstances without losing its distinctive identity, but the struggle is an uphill one.(8) And the White House concedes it's an uphill fight right now to get public support and to get congressional support for that initiative.(9) With an uphill struggle before her, Carly battled bravely in the final 1, 500m run but just missed out on GB selection with seventh place.(10) But it's more difficult - like going uphill - to analyse their behaviour and guess at their internal structure.(11) Sanders and his team (all other team members are from other Canadian universities) have faced an uphill battle in completing their project.(12) The cave slopes uphill about 12 [degrees], and the floor is littered with blocks of limestone.(13) ├ö├ç├┐The bike ride is over 4,000 metres uphill and I did not know if I'd do it before the cut off point,├ö├ç├û she explained.(14) While the track begins as a circuitous path uphill it soon becomes little more than sploshes of red and white paint, marking the way, across slippery mountain rocks.(15) It sloped uphill and from where they stood they could see the fiery sea of lava below.(16) They near the last leg of their journey, when the slope turns forever uphill .
(1) uphill battle :: brwydr i fyny'r allt
1. upward ::
2. arduous ::
3. rising ::
Different Formsuphill, uphills
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