Learn how to say Towering correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word tower:
a tall narrow building, either free-standing or forming part of a building such as a church or castle:
a church tower
the south-west tower is a wonderful example of late gothic
[with modifier] a tall structure that houses machinery, operators, etc.:
a control tower
[with modifier] a tall structure used as a receptacle or for storage:
a CD tower
a tall pile or mass of something:
a titanic tower of garbage
(the Tower)see Tower of London.
1rise to or reach a great height:
he seemed to tower over everyone else
2(of a bird) soar up to a great height, especially (of a falcon) so as to be able to swoop down on the quarry.
tower of strength
adjective (chiefly literary)
adjective ( literary)
Old English torr, reinforced in Middle English by Old French tour, from Latin turris, from Greek