Translation:The mountain is high.
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Sure, but the generally understood definitions have high meaning how far up something is relative to the ground/sea level and tall meaning how far up its top is relative to its bottom/base.
Like, I'd be just as tall (well, short, actually) if I went high up in an airplane.
This is just the tip of the iceberg of words that translate to more than one thing between Korean and English.