例句1. he lived in a big house at the top of the hill’
Pull a sled up a hill
Other people built tall, square houses on hills, But Wright did not want to lose the beauty of the hill .
The troops were stationed on a hill .
A long pull up the hill
Survey the countryside from the top of a hill
We can see a fine view of the West Lake from the hill top.
Overlook a valley from a hill
From his second-floor window he oversees Parliament Hill .
The house on the hill overlooks the village.
Walk down this hill .
The hill commands a fine distant view.
Big rocks were bounding down the side of the hill .
She was sweating as she reached the top of the hill .
He was panting when he reached the top of the hill .
When we topped the hill we had a beautiful view of the valley.
When we reached the top of the hill , a magnificent view of the sea greeted us.
The procession passed slowly down the hill .
They were boxed up in a shed on the hill during the flood.
The lake lies beyond this hill .
The house has a beautiful situation on a hill .
Labored up the hill .
Her hair ribbons streamed behind her as she ran down the hill .
She pedaled her bicycle slowly up the hill .
You must use a low gear to drive up the hill .
At the foot of a hill and beside a stream
Lean against the hill and face the river
With waters in the front and a hill at the back
The traffic roars past (along / down)the hill .
The bosses manufactured a story and then put Joe Hill into prison.
The horse galloped down the hill .
属类：简明英汉词典 -English to Chinese-
1.A flock of ruffs.
‘a _hill_ of ruffs looked at from a distance on a sunny day was a very pleasing spectacle’
‘As soon as the Harriers began to work over this _hill_ of ruffs, they disappeared.’
2.A heap or mound of something.
‘a _hill_ of sliding shingle’
‘More often than not, such endeavors end with a pile of bills and a _hill_ of broken hearts.’
3.A naturally raised area of land, not as high or craggy as a mountain.
‘The weather in southwestern Germany, with its mountain peaks and rolling _hills_ , can turn nasty in a hurry.’
‘The southern region is of volcanic origin, with a mountainous terrain of red clay _hills_ , waterfalls, rivers, and streams.’
4.A sloping stretch of road.
‘they were climbing a steep _hill_ in low gear’
‘You have to leave the main road and climb a steep _hill_ to finally descend into Marigot Bay, a yachtsman’s dream of shelter.’
1.Bank up (a plant) with soil.
‘if frost threatens our new plants, we _hill_ them up’
‘An alternative to this is _hilling_ up the stem with more soil when it is 10-12 inches tall.’
2.Form (something) into a heap.
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。