Meaning of SUMMIT in English

SUMMIT

noun

1 top of a mountain

ADJECTIVE

▪ high

Maroon Peak is the highest ~ in its group.

▪ very ( esp. BrE )

▪ rocky , snow-capped

▪ mountain

▪ 2 000-foot , etc.

a 2 030-foot ~

VERB + SUMMIT

▪ arrive at , climb , climb to , gain , get to , reach

We finally arrived at the ~.

▪ lead to

SUMMIT + NOUN

▪ attempt , bid

The blizzard forced them to delay their ~ bid.

PREPOSITION

▪ at the ~

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

▪ below the ~

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

▪ on the ~

The climbers planted a flag on the ~.

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 ~ at Camp David.

▪ have , hold , host

The 2016 ~ will be hosted by Japan.

▪ attend , go to

SUMMIT + NOUN

▪ conference , meeting , talks

▪ agenda

▪ agreement , declaration

▪ participant

PREPOSITION

▪ at a/the ~

These measures were decided at a ~ in July.

▪ ~ between

annual ~s between the major nations

▪ ~ on

a two-day international ~ on drugs

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