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Translation of "height" - English-Spanish dictionary

height

noun   /haɪt/
B1 how tall or high something or someone is altura The tower measures 27.28 metres in height.
B1 how far above the ground something is altura The plane was flying at a height of about 6,000 metres.
(Definition of height from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

height

noun /hӕit/
the distance from the bottom to the top of something altura What is the height of this building? He is 1.75 metres in height.
the highest, greatest, strongest etc point auge, cúspide, cima, apogeo, punto culminante He is at the height of his career The storm was at its height.
the peak or extreme colmo, cumbre, cima She was dressed in the height of fashion His actions were the height of folly.
a high place altura; cumbre, cima We looked down from the heights at the valley beneath us.
heighten verb
to make or become higher elevar, levantar, hacer más alto I got the builders to heighten the garden wall.
to increase (an effect etc) aumentar, intensificar A mirror can be used to heighten the impression of space in a room.
(Definition of height from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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