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high

adjective (DISTANCE) 距離     /haɪ/
(especially of things that are not living) being a large distance from top to bottom or a long way above the ground, or having the stated distance from top to bottom (尤指無生命的東西)高的,有…高的 a high building/mountain 高樓/高山 high ceilings 高高的天花板 It's two and a half metres high and one metre wide. 它有兩公尺半高,一公尺寬。 The corn grew waist-high (= as high as a person's waist) in the fields. 田裡的玉米長到了及腰的高度。 High, tall and deep
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