Meaning of “tall” - Learner’s Dictionary

tall

adjective us uk /tɔːl/
Extra Examples
She's not very tall and neither is her husband.She was the child of two models and, consequently, she was very tall.Peter's very tall - he takes after his father.The fields are bordered by tall trees.She's quite tall for her age.
BIG

A1 having a greater than average height:

He's tall and thin.
It's one of the tallest buildings in the city.
SIZE

A2 used to describe or ask about the height of someone or something:

How tall is she?
He's almost 2 metres tall.

(Definition of “tall” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)