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    height查询结果如下:

    音标:[haɪt]
    名词复数:heights 词频:高频常用词
    易混词:hight

    基本释义/说明: n.高度;高处
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    n.
    ①[U]高,高度;
    the height of a mountain
    山高.
    It is fifty feet in height.
    高五十英尺.
    The tree attains a height of sixty feet.
    树高达六十英尺.[[同]highness]
    ②[反][常用复]高处,高地;
    the heights of science and technology
    科学技术高峰.
    look down from the mountain heights to see the whole town below one
    从高山俯瞰全城.
    look down from a great height
    从高处俯瞰.
    ③[C][(the) height]绝顶,顶点;
    be the height of folly (madness)
    笨透(狂极)了.
    dress in the height of fashion
    打扮得最时髦.
    at the height of storm
    在风暴最猛烈之际.
    at one`s (its) height
    登峰造极;到了顶点.
    take one`s holiday in the height of (the) summer
    盛夏度假.
    -扩展释义
    n.
    1. 高,高度,海拔[U][C]2. 身高[U][C]3. 高地;高处[P1]4. 顶点;极致[the S][(+of)]
    For each study, the ratio of the needle diameter to disc height (needle: height) was calculated.
    每次研究都计算针头直径与椎间盘高度之比。
    n. 【机械】
    高度调节
    n. 【化学】
    高度,身长,顶点
    aircraft identity, position and height
    班机编号、位置及高度
    【海运】
    高处,顶点,高度,高程,(旗帆等的)上下幅度高度(气导)
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    -同义词和反义词
    -height的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Having a high arch.
    “There was an innate refinement, a languid queenly hauteur about Gerty which was unmistakably evidenced in her delicate hands and higharched instep.”
    Very elevated; extending or being far above a base; tall; lofty. || Pertaining to (or, especially of a language: spoken in) in an area which is at a greater elevation, for example more mountainous, than other regions. || (baseball, of a ball) Above the batter’s shoulders. || Relatively elevated; rising or raised above the average or normal level from which elevation is measured. || Having a specified elevation or height; tall. || Elevated in status, esteem, prestige; exalted in rank, station, or character. || Most exalted; foremost. || Of great importance and consequence: grave (if negative) or solemn (if positive). || Consummate; advanced (e.g. in development) to the utmost extent or culmination, or possessing a quality in its supreme degree, at its zenith. || Advanced in complexity (and hence potentially abstract and/or difficult to comprehend). || (in several set phrases) Remote in distance or time. || (in several set phrases) Very traditionalist and conservative, especially in favoring older ways of doing things; see e.g. high church, High Tory. || Elevated in mood; marked by great merriment, excitement, etc. || (of a lifestyle) Luxurious; rich. || Lofty, often to the point of arrogant, haugty, boastful, proud. || (with “on” or “about”) Keen, enthused. || (of a body of water) With tall waves. || Large, great (in amount or quantity, value, force, energy, etc). || Having a large or comparatively larger concentration of (a substance, which is often but not always linked by “in” when predicative). || (acoustics) Acute or shrill in pitch, due to being of greater frequency, i.e. produced by more rapid vibrations (wave oscillations). || (phonetics) Made with some part of the tongue positioned high in the mouth, relatively close to the palate. || (card game) Greater in value than other cards, denominations, suits, etc. || (poker) Having the highest rank in a straight, flush or straight flush. || (of a card or hand) Winning; able to take a trick, win a round, etc. || (of meat, especially venison) Strong-scented; slightly tainted/spoiled; beginning to decompose. || (slang) Intoxicated; under the influence of a mood-altering drug, formerly (until the early 20th century) usually alcohol, but now (by the mid 20th century) usually not alcohol but rather marijuana, cocaine, heroin, etc. || (nautical, of a sailing ship) Near, in its direction of travel, to the (direction of the) wind.
    “The view from the summit of the high mountain was spectacular.”
    “Catching the high ball is a very useful skill for the full back and wings in the game of rugby.”
    “He was promoted to a high position in government and set about pushing for the policies he advocated to be enacted.”
    Somewhat high.
    Having a high back.
    Rising higher; ascending.

    名词 变体/同根词

    height的异体字形式(obsolete outside US dialects, now proscribed)
    “Why, Mas’r Davy, you was but the heighth of the littlest of these, when I first see you!”
    “The plaine of the base and heighth is the solidity of a right prisma.”
    “A prisma is the triple of a pyramis of equall base and heighth.”
    The state of being high.
    “Her wide dark brown eyes and her thick coarse hair that she keeps styled in a professional bob accent the highness of her cheekbones.”
    “When his highness finally graced me with his presence I was forced to listen to the usual lecture about respect.”
    “Thirty gowns each, your highness, ten capes and five habits for both Princess Gayle and the viscountess as well.”
    That which heightens.
    “This was mitigated, to some extent, by the seat heightener on the driver’s seat.”
    An area of high land.
    “It gives incomers to the highlands and islands a link to their adoptive country that’s very much more real than blood or poetry.”
    “Watoga, West Virginia’s largest state park, in the Allegheny highlands, attracts wetland birds such as woodcocks, wood ducks, and waterthrushes.”
    “The highlands of Cape Breton, Coady’s homeland, are peopled with a mixture of Acadians, of French background, and Scots.”
    (online gaming) A high-level character in an MMORPG.
    “A lowbie always has access to highbie stuff simply by leveling up, but highbies are purposely restricted from this content.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    (transitive, dialectal) To make high; heighten.
    To make high; to raise higher; to elevate. || To advance, increase, augment, make larger, more intense, stronger etc.
    “As such, the facial features of almost all of the actors are that much more defined, which only serves to heighten and intensify the performances.”
    “The stage will be extended, heightening the grid by 3.4 metres.”
    “He fired randomly and without aiming, trying to simply heighten the confusion within the camp.”
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