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Translation of "elevation" - English-Polish dictionary

elevation

noun     /ˌelɪˈveɪʃən/
HEIGHT [C]
the height of a place above the level of the sea wysokość, wzniesienie The hotel is situated at an elevation of 1000m.Measurements in generalMaps and map-making
IMPORTANT POSITION [U] formal
when someone or something is given a more important position wyniesienie, awans his sudden elevation to stardomPromoting, demoting and transferring staff
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