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high

adjective (ABOVE AVERAGE)
超過平均水準
 
 
/haɪ/
greater than the usual level or amount
(比通常水準)高的,多的
The job demands a high level of concentration.
這項工作需要高度集中精神
He suffers from high blood pressure.
他患有高血壓。
Antique furniture fetches very high prices these days.
這段時間古董傢俱的價位很高。
She got very high marks in her geography exam.
她的地理考試分數很高。
It's very dangerous to drive at high speed when the roads are wet.
在潮濕的路面上高速駕駛是很危險的。
He's in a high-security prison.
他被關在一處戒備森嚴的監獄中。
Big and quite bigEnormous
high in sth containing a large quantity of something: I avoid foods that are high in fat. high standards/principles very good or very moral standards
高標準/高度的道德標準
She was a woman of high principles.
她是一位道德高尚的女士。
She demands very high standards from the people who work for her.
她對底下工作的人要求很高。
Virtue and moral good
high winds fast, strong wind
大風,強風
High winds caused delays on the ferries.
大風導致渡輪延誤。
Wind and windsStormy weatherPower and intensityEnergy, force and power
(Definition of high adjective (ABOVE AVERAGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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