Translations for highhaɪ

1

high(adjective)

at, from, or reaching up to, a great distance from ground-level, sea-level etc

a high mountain; a high dive; a dive from the high diving-board.

2

high(adjective)

having a particular height

This building is about 20 metres high; My horse is fifteen hands high.

3

high(adjective)

great; large; considerable

The car was travelling at high speed; He has a high opinion of her work; They charge high prices; high hopes; The child has a high fever/temperature.

4

high(adjective)

most important; very important

the high altar in a church; Important criminal trials are held at the High Court; a high official.

5

high(adjective)

noble; good

high ideals.

6

high(adjective)

(of a wind) strong

The wind is high tonight.

7

high(adjective)

(of sounds) at or towards the top of a (musical) range

a high note.

8

high(adjective)

(of voices) like a child's voice (rather than like a man's)

He still speaks in a high voice.

9

high(adjective)

(of food, especially meat) beginning to go bad.

10

high(adjective)

having great value

Aces and kings are high cards.

11

high(adverb)

at, or to, a great distance from ground-level, sea-level etc

The plane was flying high in the sky; He'll rise high in his profession.

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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