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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis high reiškia 1. a 1) aukštas; 2) didelis (greitis);high command kar.vyriausioji vadovybė; high efficiency tech. aukštas produktyvumas; to be in high spirits būti gerai nusiteikusiam; the high seas jūr. atvira jūra; high treason valstybės išdavimas; high water jūros po lietuviškai.

High tarimas:

  • /hai/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • adjective: Having a relatively great elevation; extending far upward: a high mountain; a high tower.
  • adjective: Extending a specified distance upward: a cabinet ten feet high.
  • adjective: Far or farther from a reference point: was too high in the offensive zone to take a shot.
  • adjective: Being at or near the peak or culminating stage: the high tourist season; high summer.
  • adjective: Advanced in development or complexity: high forms of animal life; higher mathematics.
  • adjective: Far removed in time; remote: high antiquity.
  • adjective: Slightly spoiled or tainted; gamy. Used of meat.
  • adjective: Having a bad smell; malodorous.
  • adjective: Having a pitch corresponding to a relatively large number of sound-wave cycles per second: the high tones of a flute.
  • adjective: Raised in pitch; not soft or hushed: a high voice.
  • adjective: Situated relatively far from the equator: a high latitude.
  • adjective: Of great importance: set a high priority on funding the housing program.
  • adjective: Eminent in rank or status: a high official.
  • adjective: Serious; grave: high crimes and misdemeanors.
  • adjective: Constituting a climax; crucial: The chase scene is the high point of the film.
  • adjective: Characterized by lofty or stirring events or themes: high adventure; high drama.
  • adjective: Lofty or exalted in quality or character: a person of high morals.
  • adjective: Greater than usual or expected, as in quantity, magnitude, cost, or degree: "A high price has to be paid for the happy marriage with the four healthy children” ( Doris Lessing).
  • adjective: Favorable: He has a high opinion of himself.
  • adjective: Of great force or violence: high winds.
  • adjective: Indicating excitement or euphoria: high spirits.
  • adjective: Slang Intoxicated by or as if by alcohol or a drug, such as cocaine or marijuana.
  • adjective: Luxurious; extravagant: high living.
  • adjective: Linguistics Of or relating to vowels produced with part of the tongue close to the palate, as in the vowel of tree.
  • adjective: Of, relating to, or being the gear configuration or setting, as in an automotive transmission, that produces the greatest vehicular speed with respect to engine speed.
  • adverb: At, in, or to a lofty position, level, or degree: saw a plane high in the sky; prices that had gone too high.
  • adverb: In an extravagant or luxurious way: made a fortune and lived high.
  • noun: A lofty place or region.
  • noun: A high level or degree: Summer temperatures reached an all-time high.
  • noun: The high gear configuration of a transmission.
  • noun: A center of high atmospheric pressure; an anticyclone.
  • noun: Slang An intoxicated or euphoric condition induced by or as if by a drug.
  • idiom: high and dry In a position of helplessness; stranded: went off and left me high and dry.
  • idiom: high and dry Nautical Out of water. Used of a ship, for example.
  • idiom: high and low Here and there; everywhere: searched high and low for the keys.
  • idiom: on high High in the sky.
  • idiom: on high In heaven.
  • idiom: on high In a position of authority.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • didelis (greitis)
  • high command kar.vyriausioji vadovybė
  • high efficiency tech. aukštas produktyvumas
  • to be in high spirits būti gerai nusiteikusiam
  • the high seas jūr. atvira jūra
  • high treason valstybės išdavimas
  • high water jūros po
  • aukštas
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