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highhigh3 ●○○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 number/amountMOST the highest price, number, temperature etc that has ever been recorded, or that has been recorded within a particular period of time πŸ”Š Highs of 40Β°C were recorded in the region last summer.a new/record/ten-year etc high πŸ”Š The price of oil reached a new high this week.2 excitementEXCITED informal a feeling of great happiness or excitement πŸ”Š They’re bound to be on a high after such an incredible victory. πŸ”Š the emotional highs and lows of a new romance3 drugsMDD a feeling of pleasure or excitement produced by some drugs4 weather an area of high pressure that affects the weather5 schoolSES a short form of high school, used in the name of a school πŸ”Š Benjamin Franklin High6 β†’ from on high7 β†’ on high
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highβ€’ Highs today were in the mid-90's.β€’ I was on such a high.β€’ But the feeling was different from any high or excitement I had felt before.β€’ The past year has been a rollercoaster one for the royals with a few highs followed by lots of depressing lows.β€’ By junior high, she knew she wanted to play college ball.β€’ The price of oil reached a new high this week.β€’ With the right company, certainly the stock should hit new highs with the next bull market.β€’ The high she got from cocaine never lasted.β€’ It has shed more than 200 points since reaching an all-time high of 5,689. 74 on April 3.reached a new highβ€’ It was the third time this season that Strickland reached a new high.highs and lowsβ€’ Tendency to mania; has highs and lows.β€’ This book follows young Pip through his life and into his mid thirties and shows his highs and lows.β€’ For Kip, highs and lows were tolerable.β€’ There are too many jagged edges to the Clinton experience, too many highs and lows.β€’ The Tide tables can not be relied on for precise highs and lows of the tides.β€’ The event had all the highs and lows of a record attempt.β€’ Julia Knights reports on the highs and lows of harvest 2000.