例句1. we measured the height of the wall’
例句2. his eyes swept around the mountain heights’
The [ people’s ] height has increased sharply,stepwise by generation(James Fallows)
“Ah,” said Morrel, falling from the height of excitement to the abyss of despair--“ah, you are playing with me, like those good, or rather selfish mothers who soothe their children with honeyed words, because their screams annoy them
“Of the middle height--about the same stature as his excellency,” returned the host, pointing to Albert
aircraft identity, position and height
Bert was a lean, undersized boy about fifteen years of age and about four feet nine inches in height
Measured the height of the ceiling.
On this mission the shuttle will orbit at a height of several hundred miles.
From a great height
Reach a new height
Dressed in the height of fashion
Multichannel pulse height analyzers Main characteristics,technical requirements and test methods
The poet was at the height of his fame when we saw him twenty years ago.
The plane rapidly gained height .
The height of the mountain has been determined by trigonometry
A house or stronghold perched on a height .
mountain peaks of imposing height .
height-azimuth-range position indicator
the tenuous air at a great height
Where there is height there is precipice.
The disease, characterized by unusual union power and frequent industrial strife, is symptomatic of Britain’s decline from its height of imperial glory
Milling machines with table of fixed height with horizontal or vertical spindle--Testing of the accuracy
His height alone would disqualify him for the position of teacher.
Comparing the two photographs later, I could calculate the shoulder height of the rhino
The huge height of the buildings.the hubbub and endless stir.struck me into a kind of stupor of surprise(Robert Louis Stevenson.
design, disposition and height clauses
That dress exaggerates her height .
From the height of her disdain she summed him up for the thousandth time
She did not exaggerate about the height of the tower.
She is rather above the ordinary height .
She stands out in the crowd, for she is two meters in height .
vernier height gage
National Height Datum 1985
1.A high place or position.
‘he’s terrified of _heights_ ’
‘A little over a year ago, I faced the biggest fear that I have to face on a regular basis: _heights_ .’
2.An extreme example of something.
‘it would be the _height_ of bad manners not to attend the wedding’
‘Are they, for example, the _height_ of London street fashion?’
3.Elevation above ground or a recognized level (typically sea level)
‘the glider is gaining _height_ ’
‘Climate is in turn controlled not only by latitude but also by _height_ above sea level.’
4.The measurement of someone or something from head to foot or from base to top.
‘columns rising to 65 feet in _height_ ’
‘he was of medium _height_ ’
5.The point or period at which something is at its best or strongest.
‘the _height_ of the tourist season’
‘they took consumerism to new _heights_ ’
6.The quality of being tall or high.
‘her _height_ marked her out from other women’
‘She was tall, nearly my _height_ , and very thin, but she carried herself with an unrestrained grace that appealed to me.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。