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high chairnoun [C]

us   /ˈhɑɪ ˌtʃeər/
a chair with long legs and usually with a small table connected to it for a baby or a small child to eat from
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high chairnoun [C]

uk   /ˈhaɪ ˌtʃeər/ us   /ˈhaɪ ˌtʃer/
a chair with long legs, for a baby or a small child, usually with a small table connected to it for the child to eat from
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