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ascent

noun uk   us   /əˈsent/

ascent noun (CLIMB)

[C usually singular] the act of climbing or moving upwards: She made her first successful ascent of Everest last year. As the plane made its ascent, we saw thick smoke coming from one engine.

ascent noun (SLOPE)

[C] a slope, path, or road that goes up something: We struggled up the slippery ascent.

ascent noun (TO HIGHER POSITION)

[S] formal the fact of starting to become successful: His ascent to power was rapid and unexpected.
Traducciones de “ascent”
en coreano 올라감…
en árabe صُعود…
en portugués subida…
en catalán ascensió…
en japonés 上昇, 登山, 昇進…
en italiano ascesa…
en chino (tradicionál) 爬, 上升, 攀登…
en ruso подъем, продвижение…
en turco çıkış, yükseliş, tırmanış…
en chino (simplificado) 爬, 上升, 攀登…
en polaco wspinaczka, awans, wzniesienie…
(Definition of ascent from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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