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Meanings for high

rising or extending upward

high(noun)

a lofty level or position or degree

"summer temperatures reached an all-time high"

high(noun)

an air mass of higher than normal pressure

"the east coast benefits from a Bermuda high"

high(noun)

a state of sustained elation

"I'm on a permanent high these days"

high(noun)

a state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics

"they took drugs to get a high on"

high, heights(noun)

a high place

"they stood on high and observed the countryside"; "he doesn't like heights"

senior high school, senior high, high, highschool, high school(noun)

a public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12

"he goes to the neighborhood highschool"

high gear, high(adj)

a forward gear with a gear ratio that gives the greatest vehicle velocity for a given engine speed

high(adj)

greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount

"a high temperature"; "a high price"; "the high point of his career"; "high risks"; "has high hopes"; "the river is high"; "he has a high opinion of himself"

high(adj)

(literal meaning) being at or having a relatively great or specific elevation or upward extension (sometimes used in combinations like `knee-high')

"a high mountain"; "high ceilings"; "high buildings"; "a high forehead"; "a high incline"; "a foot high"

eminent, high(adj)

standing above others in quality or position

"people in high places"; "the high priest"; "eminent members of the community"

high, high-pitched(adj)

used of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency

high, in high spirits(adj)

happy and excited and energetic

gamey, gamy, high(adj)

(used of the smell of meat) smelling spoiled or tainted

high, mellow(adverb)

slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana)

high, high up(adverb)

at a great altitude

"he climbed high on the ladder"

high(adverb)

in or to a high position, amount, or degree

"prices have gone up far too high"

high, richly, luxuriously(adverb)

in a rich manner

"he lives high"

high(adverb)

far up toward the source

"he lives high up the river"

extending to a great distance upward

as the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest is mountaineering's holy grail

being at a higher level than average gasoline prices are high right now a high fever

people with high incomes

located at a greater height than average or usual an eagle's nest high on the cliff

an old house with high ceilings

being far along in development

a cabal of self-proclaimed Luddites who argued that the evils of high technology far outweighed its virtues

being under the influence of alcohol

not only has he never been high, he has never even tasted alcohol

commanding a large price

the concert tickets weren't cheap—you don't even want to know how high they were

having, characterized by, or arising from a dignified and generous nature

she had the highest intentions, but her "help" turned out to be a disaster

highest in rank or authority high government officials

lord high executioner

being under the influence of a recreational drug

he's clean now, but when he was younger he used to get high every day

in a luxurious manner

after he had won the lottery Philip lived pretty high—until all the money was gone

a state of overwhelming usually pleasurable emotion

it took days for the high of the World Series win to wear off

the expanse of air surrounding the earth

V formations of honking geese on high mean winter will soon be here

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Example Sentences of high

I have a high fever.

I loved high school.

I had a very high fever.

I had high hopes for Tom.

I have a high temperature.

I have high blood pressure.

I never finished high school.

I teach French at a high school.

I was kicked out of high school.

I went to high school in Boston.

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Synonyms for high

senior high school highschool high gear senior high heights high school in high spirits eminent mellow gamy high pitched gamey lofty towering soaring spirited spunky juicy risque blue mettlesome racy game naughty gritty spicy mellowed laid back high up richly luxuriously lavishly amply extravagantly elevated exalted noble proud steep tall uplifted excellent haughty violent TALL heaven kissing of great altitude prominent pre eminent distinguished superior dignified abstruse recondite occult obscure dark transcendental profound arrogant supercilious lordly boastful ostentatious bragging vain glorious oppressive domineering over bearing tyrannical despotic boisterous turbulent tumultuous great strong extreme complete full dear of great price acute sharp shrill high toned not flat somewhat intoxicated TIGHT fuddled boozy aloft on high to a great height profoundly powerfully top senior higher alto large upper alta supreme highly high gao height hoge hautes haute kao secondary high ranking high level haut big loud heavy ko fort advanced expensive major highest altos grand significant raised rise rises huge tertiary exorbitant considerable strict additions very bred vast hoch important stringent grande élevé up altitudinous escalated heightened increased jacked (up) airy nosebleed developed evolved forward improved late progressive refined besotted blasted blind blitzed blotto bombed canned cockeyed crocked drunk drunken fried gassed hammered impaired inebriate inebriated intoxicated juiced lit lit up loaded looped oiled pickled pie eyed plastered potted ripped sloshed smashed sottish soused sozzled squiffed squiffy stewed stiff stinking stoned tanked tiddly tight tipsy wasted wet wiped out big ticket costly extravagant high end high ticket precious premium priceless pricey pricy spendy ultraexpensive valuable chivalrous gallant greathearted high minded magnanimous natural sublime chief commanding first foremost head lead leading preeminent premier presiding primary prime principal supereminent hopped up spaced out spaced strung out zonked zonked out expensively fatly grandly opulently palatially plushly sumptuously cloud nine ecstasy elatedness elation euphoria exhilaration heaven intoxication paradise rapture rhapsody seventh heaven swoon transport firmament heaven(s) sky welkin

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High in different languages

  • hoog Afrikaans
  • طويل, عالٍ, عاليArabic
  • ali, yüksəkAzerbaijani
  • высо́кіByelorussian
  • висо́к голя́м Bulgarian
  • উচ্চBengali
  • drogat alt elevat Catalan
  • vysoký sjetý vysoko Czech
  • вꙑсокъserbian
  • uchel Welch
  • høj skæv Danish
  • high hoch knatter angegangen hell berauscht German
  • ψηλός μαστουρωμένος Greek
  • alta Esperanto
  • alto drogado elevado colocado Spanish
  • kõrge Estonian
  • بلند بالا Persian
  • pilvessä korkea Finnish
  • háur, skeivur, høgurFaeroese
  • haut vené haute défoncé French
  • ard Irish
  • àrd, mòr, a dh'àirde, gu h-àrdScots Gaelic
  • outo, alto, elevadoGalician
  • גָבוֹהַHebrew
  • ऊंचा लम्बा ऊँचा लंबा Hindi
  • magas Hungarian
  • բարձր ուռած Armenian
  • alte, drogateInterlingua
  • skökk skakkt skakkur Icelandic
  • elevato flippato fatto schizzato illustre fuso alto eccitato gasato su di giri scoppiato Italian
  • 高いJapanese
  • მაღალი Georgian
  • биікKazakh
  • ខ្ពស់Cambodian
  • 높다, 높은Korean
  • به‌رز Kurdish
  • altus Latin
  • ສູງLao
  • aukštas Lithuanian
  • augsts Latvian
  • mātāmuaMaori
  • висок ви́сок голем напушен високо Macedonian
  • tinggi Malay
  • စွင့်, မြင့်Burmese
  • hoog high Dutch
  • høy Norwegian
  • naareelNavajo, Navaho
  • aut, nautOccitan
  • naćpany wysoki Polish
  • لوړ, اوچت, جګPashto
  • alto Portuguese
  • hanan, hanaqQuechua
  • alt, aultRomance
  • mare înălțat drogat ridicat înalt înaltă Romanian
  • высо́кий обку́ренный обдо́лбаный балдёж прихо́д высокая Russian
  • altu, artu, atuSardinian
  • visok, вѝсок, napušen, nadrogiranSerbo
  • vysoký Slovak
  • visokSlovenian
  • lartë Albanian
  • hög ljus Swedish
  • ఎత్తైన, పొడుగుTegulu
  • สูงThai
  • yüksek uzun Turkish
  • висо́кийUkrainian
  • اونچا, لمباUrdu
  • cao 高 cao cấp Vietnamese

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