high

  基本詞匯  
[ha?]     [ha?]    
  • adj. 高的;高尚的;高級的;高度的;全盛的
  • adv. 高;奢侈地;音調高
  • n. 高水平;高氣壓;(麻醉品帶來的)快感
highly higher highest
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high的英文翻譯是什么意思,詞典釋義與在線翻譯:

詳盡釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 高的,很高的,海拔很高的,有某高度的
  2. 高尚的,崇高的
  3. 高級的
  4. 重要的
  5. 昂貴的
  6. 高音調的
  7. 成熟的
  8. 高速的
  9. 正盛的,全盛的
  10. 開始變質的
  11. 價值高的
  12. 被麻醉品麻醉了的
  13. 超乎尋常的
adv. (副詞)
  1. 高,向高處,在高處,高高地,在高的地位
  2. 奢侈地
  3. 強烈地
  4. 高聲地,音調高,高音調地
  5. 顯赫地
  6. 到處,各地
  7. (尤指情緒)高度地
  8. 高價地
  9. 痛快地
n. (名詞)
  1. 高峰
  2. 最高水平,高水準
  3. <俚>由麻醉品等引起的快感
  4. 高處
  5. 最大數量
  6. 【氣】高氣壓區,高壓
  7. 反氣旋
  8. 最高氣溫
  9. 極大歡樂,極度高興,樂不可支
  10. 高層人員
  11. 天空,天上
v. (動詞)
  1. 提升,提高,(使)變高

雙解釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 高的; 高度的 (of things) extending far upwards, having a relatively big distance from the base to the top
  2. [A]高級的,重要的 ranking above others in importance or quality
  3. 極度的,強烈的; 價值高的,數量大的; 奢侈的 extravagant, luxurious; above the normal, extreme, intense; of great value
  4. [A]高尚的 (of aims, idea, etc.) morally good, noble
  5. [A]全盛的 (of time) the mid-point or most important point of
  6. 高音調的,尖聲的 (of a sound) at or near the top of the musical scale, not deep or low
  7. [P]開始變質 (of meat, etc.) beginning to go bad
adv. (副詞)
  1. 高,高高地; 音調高 at or to a high position or level; at or to a high pitch
  2. 在〔向〕高的地位 at a high or important level in society, in an organization, etc.
n. (名詞)
  1. [S](最)高紀錄,(最)高水平 high or highest level or number
  2. [S]興奮,快感 feeling of extreme pleasure or excitement caused by a drug

英英釋義

Noun:
  1. a lofty level or position or degree;

    "summer temperatures reached an all-time high"

  2. an air mass of higher than normal pressure;

    "the east coast benefits from a Bermuda high"

  3. a state of sustained elation;

    "I'm on a permanent high these days"

  4. a state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics;

    "they took drugs to get a high on"

  5. a high place;

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

  6. a public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12;

    "he goes to the neighborhood highschool"

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

Adjective:
  1. 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"

  2. (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"

  3. standing above others in quality or position;

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

  4. used of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency

  5. happy and excited and energetic

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

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

Adverb:
  1. at a great altitude;

    "he climbed high on the ladder"

  2. in or to a high position, amount, or degree;

    "prices have gone up far too high"

  3. in a rich manner;

    "he lives high"

  4. far up toward the source;

    "he lives high up the river"

high的用法和樣例:

例句

用作形容詞 (adj.)
  1. He earned a high reputation for his learning.
    他在學識方面享有很高的聲譽。
  2. It's unsafe to sit the child in such a high chair.
    讓小孩坐在這么高的椅子上不安全。
  3. My grandma was a woman of high principles.
    我祖母是一位道德高尚的人。
  4. He is a high official in the government.
    他是政府的高級官員。
  5. This doctor received high praise from everyone.
    這位醫生受到所有人的高度贊揚。
  6. He likes swimming in high summer.
    他喜歡在盛夏游泳。
用作副詞 (adv.)
  1. The plane flew high above.
    飛機高高地在上空飛。
  2. He tested high in English, but low in Physics.
    他在英語測驗中考了高分,但在物理測驗中卻考出低分。
  3. We lived high off the hog for two whole weeks while we were on holiday.
    我們在度假期間過了整整兩周的奢侈生活。
  4. The bird sang high and clearly in the tree.
    鳥兒在樹上清脆地高歌。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. Grain output reached a new high in the three years.
    谷物產量達到三年中最高水平。
  2. A high over southern Europe is bringing fine sunny weather to all parts.
    歐洲南部上空的反氣旋給各地區帶來了晴朗的好天氣。
  3. The high lasted all night.
    那種快感持續了一整夜。

常見句型

用作形容詞 (adj.)
用作定語 ~+ n.
  1. There is a high mountain at the back of the house.
    房子的后面有座高山。
  2. High hills surround the valley.
    高山環繞峽谷。
  3. That's a very high pagoda.
    那是一個很高的寶塔。
  4. The high building over there is a guesthouse.
    那邊的高樓是一家賓館。
  5. Students who get very high marks are exempt from the final examination.
    得到高分的學生期終考試可以免試。
  6. The train was going at a high speed.
    火車正以高速行駛。
  7. The teacher has a high opinion of Daff.
    老師極為贊許達夫。
  8. He talked in high language.
    他講話的口氣很大。
  9. The students are all in high spirits.
    學生們情緒都很高。
  10. I have high hopes of passing the exam.
    我考試極有希望及格。
  11. A high degree of accuracy is needed.
    需要有高度的準確性。
  12. He has a high office in the government.
    他在政府部門中擔任高級職務。
  13. He has received higher education.
    他受過高等教育。
  14. The muddy tide flat smelled to high heavens.
    多泥的潮汐洼地散發出極為難聞的氣味。
  15. She enjoyed the high life.
    她過著奢侈的生活。
  16. The hotel charges high prices.
    這家旅社價格太貴。
  17. These are leather goods of high quality.
    這些是高質量的皮革制品。
  18. The products of that country's mechanical industry are renowned for their high quality.
    那個國家的機械工業產品以高質量聞名。
  19. Everybody has a high mind.
    人人有一個崇高的理想。
  20. He is a man of high character.
    他是一個品格高尚的人。
  21. He is a person of high principles.
    他是個具有高尚原則的人。
  22. She has a very high voice.
    她的聲音很尖。
  23. She sang a high note.
    她唱的是高音。
  24. I came to that city in high summer.
    我去那個城市時,正值盛夏。
n. +~
  1. This is a building 108 meters high.
    這是一幢108米高的大樓。
  2. On the top of the hill there is a pagoda about five stories high.
    山頂上有一座約五層樓高的寶塔。
用作表語 S+be+~
  1. He is five feet high.
    他五英尺高。
  2. The wall is six feet high.
    這墻高6英尺。
  3. The mountain is 2000 meters high.
    那座山有兩千米高。
  4. How high is it?
    它有多高?
  5. We have climbed a thousand feet higher.
    我們已爬了1000英尺高。
  6. The temperature is four degrees higher today.
    今天的氣溫上升了4度。
  7. It was ten feet higher than it had been before.
    比以前高了10英尺。
  8. The prices are high.
    價格高。
  9. The cost in terms of human life was high.
    人的生命是昂貴的。
  10. Some game birds are kept until they are high before cooking.
    有些獵獲的飛禽一直保存到開始變質才烹制。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. He is high on marijuana.
    他沉醉于大麻煙中。
  2. The shelf is too high for me to reach.
    架子太高了,我夠不著。
  3. The note was too high for him.
    這個音太高,他唱不了。
用作副詞 (adv.)
用作狀語
  1. The jet flies higher than the helicopter.
    噴氣式飛機比直升機飛得高。
  2. The plane flied high in the sky.
    飛機在高空飛行。
  3. The eagle soared high into the sky.
    那只鷹翱翔在高空。
  4. My heart beats high.
    我的心撲通撲通跳得厲害。
  5. The sea waves ran high.
    大海波濤高漲。
  6. The kite flew high in the sky.
    風箏高高地飛在天上。
  7. We paid high for these commodities.
    我們付出高價買來了這些商品。
  8. I can't sing that high.
    我唱不了那么高的調兒。
  9. Food is high short at present.
    目前食品極缺。
  10. Popular feelings ran high.
    群情激昂。
  11. Let's aim high and double the output.
    讓我們力爭上游,把產量翻一番。
  12. He always wants to rise high in his profession.
    他一直想高升。
  13. By middle age he had risen high in his profession.
    中年時他就已經高升了。
  14. To live high does not mean being high in one's qualities.
    一個人的生活水平高并不等于品格也高。
  15. You've got to aim high if you want to succeed.
    你如果想取得成功,就必須有雄心壯志。
  16. He never got very high in the company.
    他在公司里所擔任的職務,從來就不是很高的。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. The car cannot climb the hills in high.
    這輛汽車不能高速上坡。
  2. Grain output reached to a new high in the three years.
    糧食產量達到三年中最高水平。
  3. The temperature reached a new high.
    氣溫達到了新高。
  4. Hot and sunny weather is forecast for London over the weekend with about high of 32℃ and low of 22℃.
    氣象預報倫敦周末天氣晴熱,最高溫度為攝氏32度,最低溫度為攝氏22度。
  5. People feel the music when they're dancing, and this becomes a high for them.
    人們在跳舞時和音樂融為一體,從而使他們飄飄然而感到陶醉。
  6. She's on a high today.
    她今天高度興奮。

常用短語

用作形容詞 (adj.)
high and mighty
    神氣活現 very cocky
high on
    因…麻醉的 corrupt sb with sth
hit the high spots
    先挑重要的、明顯的或好的事做 do only the important, obvious, or good things
用作副詞 (adv.)
high and dry
    孤立無援,處于困境 in a helpless situation
high and low
    到處 everywhere
用作名詞 (n.)
highs and lows
    最高和最低 the high or highest level or number and the lowest level
on high
    在天(堂)上 in heaven

詞匯搭配

用作形容詞 (adj.)
名詞+~ ~+名詞 副詞+~ ~+介詞
用作副詞 (adv.)
動詞+~
用作名詞 (n.)
動詞+~ 形容詞+~ 名詞+~ 介詞+~

經典引文

  • The common size of the natives is somewhat under six inches high.

    出自: Swift
  • The granary..stood on stone staddles, high enough for persons to walk under.

    出自: T. Hardy
  • Her high heels tilted her nearly to tiptoe.

    出自: E. Welty
  • To calculate the height of..the highest building by pacing out its shadow on the ground.

    出自: J. G. Ballard
  • The house we lived in had big, high rooms.

    出自: A. Munro

high的詳細講解:

詞語用法

adj. (形容詞)
  1. high作形容詞時,意思是“高的”“高度的”,形容高出地面或其他物體的東西,也可修飾任何比普通或一定標準高的事物,意思是“高級的”“重要的”(只用作定語)。引申還可作“極度的”“強烈的”“價值高的”“數量大的”“奢侈的”,指超過了一般的標準。
  2. high還可作“高尚的”解(一般只能用作定語),指人時表示人的思想、目標、境界很高,引申還可作“全盛的”解,作此解時,一般只能用作定語且沒有比較級和最高級。
  3. high還可形容“聲調很高”或“尖聲的”,有時還可表示肉、食物等“過期”或“變質”。
  4. high不用于修飾人的高度,只有在與具體數量連用時,才可用high。
  5. high前可用very修飾,而其比較級higher前不可用so, quite, very修飾,只能用much修飾。
  6. high可與表示數量和度量的名詞構成形容詞短語,可在句中作表語或定語。用作定語時須置于所修飾的名詞之后,而短語中的形容詞又須置于度量詞之后。
  7. high的比較級和最高級有兩種形式:higher, highest; more high, most high。
  8. high time的意思是“適宜的時機”,可接帶有虛擬語氣的從句或動詞不定式。
adv. (副詞)
  1. high作副詞時,基本意思是“高”“高高地”,也可指位置、音調等很高,常修飾動態動詞。
  2. high引申還可表示“地位的高或指標準定得高”。
n. (名詞)
  1. high意思是“高度,高潮,最高紀錄,最高水平”,一般用單數形式。在氣象預報中有個習慣用法,可指“最高溫度”。
  2. high有時可指“由麻醉品引起的快感或使人處于快樂興奮之中”。

詞義辨析

adj. (形容詞)
high, tall, lofty
  • 這三個詞都可表示“高的”,指高度上超過一般。其區別是:
  • 1.high既可修飾具體的東西,也可修飾抽象的事物; tall既可修飾人,也可修飾無生命的物; 而lofty是文語,可引申指態度、樣子、神情等“高傲”“傲慢”。例如:
  • The cost of living is high.生活費用很高。
  • There are some very tall buildings in Hong Kong.香港有些很高的建筑物。
  • I didn't like her lofty treatment of her visitors.我不喜歡她那樣傲慢地對待來訪者。
  • 2.high多指離開地面的高度或距離; tall多指由頂到底的長度,常用于比較狹窄的東西,如人、樹等; lofty有時也指思想、感情、情操等是“高尚的”“崇高的”。例如:
  • It is a very high building.
  • 這是一座很高的樓房。
  • The ship is too tall to go under the bridge.
  • 這艘船太高,橋下駛不過去。
  • Those sentiments are lofty but not very practical.
  • 那種思想感情是高尚的,但是不太現實。
  • 3.high可以表示程度或強度“高”,而tall不可。例如:
  • I can't sing at so high a pitch.我無法把音調唱得這么高。
  • 4.指“山高”只能用high,不能用tall。例如:
  • Mount Jolmo Lungma is the highest in the world.珠穆朗瑪峰是世界最高峰。
  • adv. (副詞)
    high, highly
  • 這兩個詞都有“高”的意思。其區別是:
  • 1.high除了用作副詞之外,還可用作形容詞或名詞; 而highly只用作副詞。例如:
  • I dare you to jump off the high wall.我量你也不敢跳過這堵高墻。
  • He spoke highly of the hero.他高度稱贊英雄。
  • 2.high多用于空間高度或位置等具體的事物或目標; 而highly只用于表示“很高程度地”或用于比喻意義,意為“非常地”“高度地”。例如:
  • How high did you climb?你攀登了多高?
  • It's highly desirable that we should fulfil our task a few days ahead of schedule.我們如能提前幾天完成任務,那就非常好。
  • 3.修飾形容詞或分詞時也大都使用highly; 而在復合詞中則多用high。例如:
  • highly qualified高水平地; high-heeled shoes高跟鞋
  • 詞源解說

    • ☆ 直接源自中古英語的heh,意為頂端。
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