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high

noun [C]
 
 
/haɪ/
LARGE AMOUNT/LEVEL the top amount or level which something reaches
высшая точка, рекордный уровень
Computer ownership has reached an all-time high (= more people own computers than ever before).Large in number or quantity
EXCITEMENT a feeling of excitement or happiness
возбуждение
[usually singular] The players are still on a high from their last match.Pleasure and happiness
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