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apex

noun [C]     /ˈeɪpeks/
the highest part of a shape: the apex of a pyramidEdges and extremities of objectsSurfaces of objects
Translations of “apex”
in Spanish vértice, cúspide, ápice…
in Vietnamese đỉnh…
in Thai จุดสูงสุด…
in Malaysian puncak…
in French sommet…
in German die Spitze…
in Indonesian puncak…
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 Chinese (Traditional) 頂點, 最高點, 巔峰,全盛時期…
in Polish wierzchołek, szczyt…
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