- 1at or to a position or level that is a long way up from the ground or from the bottom An eagle circled high overhead. I can't jump any higher. She never got very high in the company. His desk was piled high with papers. She's aiming high (= hoping to be very successful) in her exams. value/amount
- 2at or to a large cost, value, or amount Prices are expected to rise even higher this year. sound
- 3at a high pitch I can't sing that high. opposite low Word Familyhigh adjective noun adverbhighly adverbheight nounheighten verbhigh adjective noun adverbhighly adverbheight nounheighten verbIdioms
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to be successful or very confident The company is riding high this year.
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to be successful The rapper has been flying high recently, winning several coveted awards.
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everywhere I've searched high and low for my purse.
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to be proud of or not feel ashamed about something that you have done She managed to hold her head high and ignore what people were saying.
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(especially of feelings) to be strong and angry or excited Feelings ran high as the election approached.
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