Übersetzung von “high” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch

high

adjective /hai/

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

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

having a particular height

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

great; large; considerable

tinggi
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.

most important; very important

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

noble; good

mulia
high ideals.

(of a wind) strong

kencang
The wind is high tonight.

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

tinggi
a high note.

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

nyaring
He still speaks in a high voice.

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

sudah berbau

having great value

bernilai tinggi
Aces and kings are high cards.
highly adverb

very; very much

sangat
She was highly delighted to receive the award
He has a highly-paid job as a company director
I value the book highly.

with approval

memuji
He thinks/speaks very highly of you.
highness noun

a title of a prince, princess etc

Tuanku
Your Highness
Her Highness.

the state or quality of being high.

ketinggian
high-chair noun

a chair with long legs, used by a baby or young child at mealtimes.

kerusi tinggi utk kanak-kanak
high-class adjective

of high quality

bertaraf tinggi
This is a high-class hotel.
higher education noun

education beyond the level of secondary school education, eg at a university.

pendidikan tinggi
high fidelity noun

high quality and great accuracy (in the reproduction of sound). See also hi-fi

kesetiaan tinggi thdp karya asal
high-handed adjective

done, acting, without consultation of, or consideration for, other people

begitu angkuh
a high-handed decision
A new headmaster should try not to be too high-handed.
high-handedly adverb

dgn begitu angkuh
She was accused of behaving high-handedly.
high-handedness noun

keangkuhan
high jump noun

a sports contest in which people jump over a bar which is raised until no-one can jump over it

lompat tinggi
He’s competing in the high jump.
highlands noun plural

a mountainous part of certain countries, especially (with capital) of Scotland.

tanah tinggi
high-level adjective

involving important people

tahap tinggi
high-level talks.
highlight noun

the best or most memorable event, experience, part of something etc

acara kemuncak
The highlight of our holiday was a trip to a waterfall.
highly-strung adjective

very nervous; very easily upset or excited

berasa gemuruh
She’s a highly-strung individual.
high-minded adjective

having or showing good or noble ideals, principles etc

terlalu berprinsip
high-minded ideals of peace and harmony.
high-mindedness noun

sifat yg terlalu berprinsip
high-pitched adjective

(of sounds, voices etc) high, sharp

nyaring
a high-pitched, childish voice.
high-powered adjective

(with an engine which is) very powerful

berkuasa tinggi
a high-powered motorboat/engine.
high-rise adjective

with many storeys/stories

bangunan tinggi
She does not like living in a high-rise flat as the children cannot get out to play easily.
high road noun

a main road.

jalan raya
high school noun

a secondary school

sekolah menengah
She goes to high school next year.
high-spirited adjective

showing high spirits

lincah
a high-spirited horse.
high spirits noun plural

enthusiasm, cheerfulness and energy

bersemangat
He’s in high spirits today.
high street noun

(with capital when used as a name ) (British ) the main street of a town etc , usually with shops etc.

jalan
high-tech /ˌhai ˈtek/ noun

(also hi-tech, high technology) the use of advanced machines and equipment in industry

teknologi tinggi
high tide noun

the time when the tide is farthest up the shore

surut
High tide today is at 15.46
They set sail at high tide.
high water noun

the time at which the tide or other water (eg a river) is at its highest point.

air pasang
highway noun

a road, especially a large or main road.

lebuh raya
Highway Code noun

in Britain, (a booklet containing) a set of official rules for road users.

Peraturan Jalan Raya
highwayman noun (plural highwaymen)

in earlier times, a man usually on horseback, who attacked and robbed people travelling in coaches etc on public roads.

penyamun di jalan
high and dry adjective

(of boats) on the shore; out of the water

tersadai
The boat was left high and dry on the beach.

in difficulties

terlantar
Her husband has left her high and dry without any money.
high and low

everywhere

di mana-mana
I’ve searched high and low for that book.
high and mighty adjective

behaving as if one thinks one is very important

angkuh
Don’t be so high and mighty – you’re just like any one of us.
the high seas noun plural

the open seas; far from land.

di tengah-tengah laut
it is high time

something ought to be done or have been done etc by now

sudah sampai masanya
It is high time that this job was finished.
see also tall.

(Übersetzung von “high” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)