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apex

noun   /ˈeɪ.peks/ ( plural apexes, plural apices   /ˈeɪ.pɪ.siːz/)
specialized mathematics the highest point or top of a shape or object vértice the apex of a triangle/pyramid1716
figurative the highest point or most successful part of something cúspide He reached the apex of his career during that period.1854
apical adjective   /ˈeɪ.pɪ.kəl/
(Definition of apex from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

apex

noun /ˈeipeks/
(formal or technical) the highest point or tip (of something) ápice, cumbre the apex of a triangle She had reached the apex of her career.
(Definition of apex from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “apex”
in Vietnamese đỉnh…
in Malaysian puncak…
in Thai จุดสูงสุด…
in French sommet…
in German die Spitze…
in Chinese (Simplified) 顶点, 最高点, 巅峰,全盛时期…
in Turkish doruk, zirve, en tepe nokta…
in Russian вершина…
in Indonesian puncak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頂點, 最高點, 巔峰,全盛時期…
in Polish wierzchołek, szczyt…
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