summit

noun
1 top of a mountain
ADJECTIVE
high

Maroon Peak is the highest summit in its group.

very (esp. BrE)
rocky, snow-capped
mountain
2 000-foot, etc.

a 2 030-foot summit

VERB + SUMMIT
arrive at, climb, climb to, gain, get to, reach

We finally arrived at the summit.

lead to
SUMMIT + NOUN
attempt, bid

The blizzard forced them to delay their summit bid.

PREPOSITION
at the summit

We were standing at the summit of the highest mountain in India.

below the summit

They reached base camp, 30 000 feet below the summit.

on the summit

The climbers planted a flag on the summit.

2 important meeting between leaders
ADJECTIVE
annual
regular
crisis (BrE), emergency, special
two-day, etc.
global, international, regional
bilateral
Asian, Franco-German, etc.
EU, G8, NATO, etc.
presidential
earth, economic, peace
VERB + SUMMIT
call, convene

The President called a summit at Camp David.

have, hold, host

The 2016 summit will be hosted by Japan.

attend, go to
SUMMIT + NOUN
conference, meeting, talks
agenda
agreement, declaration
participant
PREPOSITION
at a/the summit

These measures were decided at a summit in July.

summit between

annual summits between the major nations

summit on

a two-day international summit on drugs


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  • summit — [sum′it] n. [ME sommete < OFr, dim. of som, summit < L summum, highest part < summus, highest: see SUM] 1. the highest point, part, or elevation; top or apex 2. the highest degree or state; acme 3. ☆ a) the highest level of officials;… …   English World dictionary

  • Summit — Sum mit, n. [F. sommet, dim. of OF. som, sum, top, from L. summum, from summus highest. See {Sum}, n.] 1. The top; the highest point. [1913 Webster] Fixed on the summit of the highest mount. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. The highest degree; the utmost… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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