ニュースの中での Summit

コロケーションの例

highest summit 最高峰
mountain summit 山頂
near the summit 山頂近く
reach the summit 山頂に到達する
reached the summit 山頂に達した

出版物および例文

The New York Times
· Big Pharmacy Chains Also Fed the Opioid Epidemic, Court Filing Says  
The first case to advance against retailers, brought by Cuyahoga and Summit Counties in Ohio, is scheduled for November 2020.
Yonhap News
· Expert calls for proposing video family reunions with N. Korea to mark 20th anniversary of summit  
SEOUL, May 27 (Yonhap) -- South Korea should propose video family reunions with North Korea next month to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first-ever inter-Korean summit in 2000, a top expert on North Korea said Wednesday.
The Independent
· Coronavirus news you may have missed overnight: Tory MPs challenge Johnson over Cummings lockdown breaches as government backtracks on childcare fines review  
The summit, which was originally scheduled for November 2020 in Glasgow, was tentatively moved to early 2021.
CNA
· First coronavirus-era Chinese expedition measures Everest  
BEIJING: A group of Chinese surveyors on Wednesday (May 27) became the first team this year to summit Mount Everest, where they will try to pinpoint the height of the world's tallest peak using satellite technology.
The Age
· Hong Kong police target office workers in lunch-time crackdown  
European Union President Charles Michel said he was preparing a strategy to negotiate with China ahead of a summit between Beijing and all EU member states in June.
FRANCE 24
· First virus-era Chinese expedition measures Everest  
A group of Chinese surveyors on Wednesday became the first team this year to summit Mount Everest, where they will try to pinpoint the height of the world's tallest peak using satellite technology.
Financial Express
· COVID-19: Trump thinks in-person G7 summit would be great example of reopening, says White House  
US President Donald Trump believes that there is “no greater example” of reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic than holding an in-person G7 summit in America near the end of June, the White House has said.
The Guardian
· Hadley climate centre turns 30: 'The human fingerprint is everywhere'  
Ahead of the climate summits in Kyoto (1997) and Copenhagen (2009), fossil fuel companies funded misinformation campaigns to cast doubt on climate models.
Yonhap News
· Today in Korean history  
1999 -- South Korean President Kim Dae-jung holds a summit meeting with his Russian counterpart, Boris Yeltsin, in Moscow.
Yonhap News
· Yonhap News Summary  
Under a military agreement signed at a 2018 summit between President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the two sides agreed on the joint use of the Han River estuary along their western border and conducted a joint waterway research.