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high-gradeadjective [only before noun]

uk   us   /ˌhaɪˈɡreɪd/
of very good quality: The price of high-grade aluminum for three-month delivery rose US$28 to US$1,615 a ton.
STOCK MARKET, FINANCE used to describe an investment that has little risk: Investors continue to pour money into high-grade bond funds.
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Translations of “high-grade”
in Chinese (Simplified) 优质的,高级的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 優質的,高級的…
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