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historic high

noun [C]
 
 
( also historical high) FINANCE
the highest level that something, such as a price or interest rate, has been at any time: hit/reached a historic high Home assessments hit historic highs this year despite declining market values. Profits, as a share of national income, are at a historic high.
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