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Translation of "summit" - English-Russian dictionary

summit

noun [C]     /ˈsʌmɪt/
MEETING
an important meeting between the leaders of two or more governments саммит, встреча на высшем уровне a two-day summit a summit meetingInternational politics and governmentOfficial meetingsMeeting people
MOUNTAIN
the top of a mountain вершина The climbers hope to reach the summit before nightfall.Hills and mountains
Translations of “summit”
in Arabic قِمّة…
in Korean 정상…
in Malaysian kemuncak…
in French sommet…
in Turkish zirve/doruk, zirve/doruk toplantısı, zirve…
in Italian sommità, vetta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 會議, 高峰會,領袖會議,最高級會議…
in Polish szczyt…
in Vietnamese đỉnh, điểm cao nhất…
in Spanish cumbre, cima, cúspide…
in Portuguese cume…
in Thai ยอดสุดของภูเขา…
in German der Gipfel…
in Catalan cim…
in Japanese 山頂, 頂上…
in Indonesian puncak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 会议, 峰会,首脑会议,最高级会议…
(Definition of summit from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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