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record highnoun [C]

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the ​highestamount or ​level that something has ever ​reached: at a record high/at record highs The Dow Jones ​indexclosed at a ​record high on Monday. Bankruptcies are at ​recordhighs.
record-high
adjective [before noun]
How can we solve the country's record-high ​unemployment problem?
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