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high-level

adjective
 
 
/ˌhaɪˈlevəl/
WORKPLACE in a position of importance or great influence, or involving people who are in positions of power or great influence: a high-level administrator/executive/officialhigh-level meetings/negotiations/talks The White House has acknowledged that high-level discussions are taking place.
IT used to describe a language for writing computer programs which looks more like human language than computer language and is therefore easier to understand: C, on the other hand, is a "high-level language" in that it has a greater degree of abstraction.
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