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n ru A high point or position, literally or figuratively; an elevated place; a superior region; a height; the sky; heaven.
n ru A point of success or achievement; a time when things are at their best.
It was one of the highs of his career.
n ru A period of euphoria, from excitement or from an intake of drugs.
That pill gave me a high for a few hours, before I had a comedown.
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n ru A drug that gives such a high.
n ru A large area of elevated atmospheric pressure; an anticyclone.
A large high is centred on the Azores.
n ru The maximum value attained by some quantity within a specified period.
Inflation reached a ten-year high.
n ru The maximum atmospheric temperature recorded at a particular location, especially during one 24-hour period.
Today's high was 32°C.
n ru The highest card dealt or drawn.
v ru To rise.
The sun higheth.
adj ru Very elevated; extending or being far above a base; tall; lofty.
The balloon rose high in the sky.   The wall was high.   a high mountain
adj ru Relatively elevated; rising or raised above the average or normal level from which elevation is measured.
adj ru Having a specified elevation or height; tall.
three feet high   three Mount Everests high
adj ru Elevated in status, esteem, prestige; exalted in rank, station, or character.
The oldest of the elves' royal family still conversed in High Elvish.
adj ru Of great importance and consequence: grave (if negative) or solemn (if positive).
high crimes, the high festival of the sun
adj ru Consummate; advanced (e.g. in development) to the utmost extent or culmination, or possessing a quality in its supreme degree, at its zenith.
high heat; high noon; high seasoning; high pleasure; high colour; high scholarship; high tide; high season; the High Middle Ages
adj ru (in several set phrases) Remote in distance or time.
high latitude, high antiquity
adj ru (in several set phrases) Very traditionalist and conservative, especially in favoring older ways of doing things; see e.g. high church, High Tory.
adj ru Elevated in mood; marked by great merriment, excitement, etc.
in high spirits
adj ru (of a lifestyle) Luxurious; rich.
high living, the high life
adj ru Lofty, often to the point of arrogant, haughty, boastful, proud.
a high tone
adj ru (with "on" or "about") Keen, enthused.
adj ru (of a body of water) With tall waves.
adj ru Large, great (in amount or quantity, value, force, energy, etc).
My bank charges me a high interest rate.   I was running a high temperature and had high cholesterol.   high voltage   high prices   high winds   a high number
adj ru (acoustics) Acute or shrill in pitch, due to being of greater frequency, i.e. produced by more rapid vibrations (wave oscillations).
The note was too high for her to sing.
adj ru Made with some part of the tongue positioned high in the mouth, relatively close to the palate.
adj ru Greater in value than other cards, denominations, suits, etc.
adj ru (of meat, especially venison) Strong-scented; slightly tainted/spoiled; beginning to decompose.
Epicures do not cook game before it is high.
The tailor liked his meat high.
adj ru Intoxicated; under the influence of a mood-altering drug, formerly usually alcohol, but now (from the mid-20th century) usually not alcohol but rather marijuana, cocaine, heroin, etc.
adj ru (of a sailing ship) Near, in its direction of travel, to the (direction of the) wind.
adv ru In or to an elevated position.
How high above land did you fly?
adv ru In or at a great value.
Costs have grown higher this year again.
adv ru At a pitch of great frequency.
I certainly can't sing that high.
n ru Thought; intention; determination; purpose.
v ru To hie; to hasten.

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