apex

suomi-englanti sanakirja

apex englannista suomeksi

  1. huippu, kärki

  2. apeksi

  1. Substantiivi

  2. huippu

  3. huippu, huipentuma

apex englanniksi

  1. The highest or the greatest part of something, especially forming a point.

  2. (ux)

    (syn)

  3. The highest point in a plane or solid figure, relative to a base line or plane.

  4. The pointed fine end of something.

  5. The lowest part of the human heart.

  6. The deepest part of a tooth's root.

  7. (syn)

  8. The end of a leaf, petal or similar organ opposed to the end where it is attached to its support.

  9. The growing point of a shoot.

  10. The point on the celestial sphere toward which the Sun appears to move relative to nearby stars.

  11. (hypo)

  12. The lowest point on a pendant drop of a liquid.

  13. The end or edge of a vein nearest the surface.

  14. :

  15. A diacritic in Latin that resembles and gave rise to the acute.

  16. A diacritic in Middle Vietnamese that indicates (IPAchar).

  17. A sharp upward point formed by two strokes that meet at an angle, as in "W", uppercase "A", and closed-top "4", or by a tapered stroke, as in lowercase "t".

  18. (cot)

  19. The moment of greatest success, expansion, etc.

  20. (quote-book)|RowlandWigu|Wigu Adventures|http://www.wigucomics.com/adventures|chapter=Day 2 (The Slagathors)|58|pageurl=http://www.wigucomics.com/adventures/index.php?comic=58|It would be an intense disgust. The absolute apex of teen angst.

  21. The top of the chain.

  22. (quote-wikipedia)

  23. A conical priest cap.

  24. The extreme end of a thing; the point, summit, top.

  25. The small rod at the top of the flamen's cap, wound around with wool.

  26. The conical cap of a priest (the flamen), ornamented with this rod.

  27. Any hat or helmet; a crown.

  28. A projecting point or summit.

  29. The highest ornament or honor; the crown of a thing.

  30. The macron (gloss).

  31. The forms or outlines of the letters.

  32. A letter or any other writing.

  33. (q) The least particle, tittle.