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Turkish translation of “ascent”

ascent

noun
 
 
/əˈsent/
CLIMB [C] when someone climbs or moves up
çıkış, yükseliş
his first ascent of the mountainMoving upwards
BECOMING SUCCESSFUL [no plural] when someone starts to become successful
tırmanış , başarıya ulaşma
The book describes his rapid ascent from truck driver to film star.Successful (things or people)
PATH UP [C] a path or road which goes up a hill or mountain
tırmanan yol; dağı, tepeyi aşan yol
a steep ascentPedestrian routes
(Definition of ascent from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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