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Turkish translation of “height”

height

noun
 
 
/haɪt/
HOW TALL [C, U] B1 how tall or high something or someone is
boy, yükseklik
a man of average height The tower measures 27.28 metres in height.Measurements in general
HOW FAR UP [C, U] B1 how far above the ground something is
yükseklik, irtifa, rakım
The aircraft was flying at a height of about 6000 metres.Measurements in general
TALL [U] being tall
boy, yükseklik
People always make comments about his height.Measurements in general
the height of sth the strongest or most important part of something
en son derece, en üst nokta, doruk
I met him when he was at the height of his fame.Higher and lower points of achievementSuccess and achievementsFailures
(Definition of height from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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