high adjective (DISTANCE)
high ceilings 高高的天花板
high adjective (ABOVE AVERAGE)
He's in a high-security prison. 他被关在一处戒备森严的监狱中。
high adjective (IMPORTANT)
- We've got to change the present system in which high court judges are regarded as somehow untouchable.
- As the daughter of the president, she enjoys high status among her peers.
- His father was a high-ranking official in the embassy.
- She is widely regarded as the high priestess of contemporary dance.
- At the age of 32, she managed to enter one of the citadels of high fashion.
high adjective (SOUND)
high adjective (BAD)
high adjective (MENTAL STATE)
high noun (ABOVE AVERAGE)
- The pass rate in the exams has reached a new high this year.
- Share prices have soared to a new all-time high in a day of frantic trading on the stock market.
- The value of the shares hit a new high today.
- Yields on gas and electricity shares have hit a record high.
- Viewing figures for the TV show hit a new high last week.
high noun (MENTAL STATE)
Exercise gives you a high. 运动使人兴奋。