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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
Translations of “ascent”
in Korean 올라감…
in Arabic صُعود…
in Portuguese subida…
in Catalan ascensió…
in Japanese 上昇, 登山, 昇進…
in Italian ascesa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爬, 上升, 攀登…
in Russian подъем, продвижение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 爬, 上升, 攀登…
in Polish wspinaczka, awans, wzniesienie…
(Definition of ascent from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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