08677801-n 'the highest point (of something)';
Bulgarian връх
Catalan vèrtex , cim , cúspide
Chinese (simplified) 顶点
Danish top
English apex3 () , peak , vertex , acme
Basque erpin , punta , gailur , tontor
Farsi تارک , بحران , نوک , راس , سر , اوج , منتها , مرتفع‌ترین نقطه
Finnish huippu , piste , kärki
French cime , pointe , bout , crête , sommet
Croatian vrh
Indonesian puncak , hujung , kemuncak , mercu , tertinggi
Icelandic tindur , toppur , hátindur
Italian culmine , apice , vertice
Japanese 天辺 , 絶巓 , , 天頂 , 頂上 , 頂点 , 頂端
Dutch hoek , spits , toppunt , knoop , top , punt , hoogtepunt
Nynorsk topp
Bokmål topp
Polish ciemię
Portuguese topo , vértice
Chinese (traditional) ,
Romanian vârf
Slovene teme , vrh
Swedish topp
Thai จุดสูงสุด , จุดยอด
Malaysian puncak , hujung , kemuncak , mercu
Definitions
Italian
la sommità, il punto più alto, più elevato
Japanese
最高点(何かの) ― ピラミッドの先端で
Romanian
Partea cea mai de sus (ascuțită) a unor obiecte înalte (case, copaci etc.) sau a anumitor forme de relief (deal, munte).
English
the highest point (of something) ― at the peak of the pyramid
Relations
Hyponym: crown roof_peak
Hypernym: extreme_point
Semantic Field: locationn
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TempoWN: (Past: 0.001; Present: 0.616; Future: 0.000)

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