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zenith

noun [C usually singular] uk   /ˈzen.ɪθ/ us  
the best or most successful point or time: In the 1860s, Tolstoy was at the zenith of his achievement. His career reached its zenith in the 1960s.
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Translations of “zenith”
in Spanish cénit…
in French zénith…
in German der Zenit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頂峰, 鼎盛時期…
in Russian зенит, расцвет…
in Turkish doruk noktası, zirve, en üst nokta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 顶峰, 鼎盛时期…
in Polish zenit, szczyt…
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