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  *高* | 高* | *高
high / tall / above average / loud / your (honorific)
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to raise / to increase / to improve
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majestic / sublime
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  *高* | 高* | *高
surname Gao
tallest / highest / supreme (court etc)
(a person's) height
to raise / to ascend
new high
paramount / supremacy
Yanggao county in Datong 大同, Shanxi
to heighten / to raise / to increase / to rise
too high
to raise (price etc)
Lego (toys)
arrogant
to be on the high side / to be unusually high
the tide rises, the boat floats (idiom); fig. to change with the overall trend / to develop according to the situation
Lingao County, Hainan
noble and virtuous / aloof from politics and material pursuits
Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), Dutch post-Impressionist painter
vocational high school (abbr. for 職業高中|职业高中)
elevation / level
Shanggao county in Yichun 宜春, Jiangxi
high jump (athletics)
pitch (music) / tone
haughty / contemptuous / to have high expectations
old in years
to raise (one's voice) / to overrate / to build up / to stand out / outstanding
lit. the next mountain looks taller (idiom); fig. not satisfied with one's current position / the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
disco (loanword) / also written 迪斯科
to think of oneself as high and pure (idiom); smug and self-righteous / holier-than-thou
to jump
Zhao Gao (?-207 BC), one of the most vile, corrupt and powerful eunuchs in Chinese history, responsible for the fall of Qin Dynasty
a support / to raise / to bolster / to jack up
pole vault / also written 撐桿跳高|撑杆跳高
(architecture) high-ceilinged / to raise (a ceiling) to a height of / ceiling height
Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), Dutch post-Impressionist painter
to get drunk
to pull up
pole-vaulting
all-time high
when everybody gathers fuel, the flames are higher (idiom) / the more people, the more strength
Michael (name)
to think highly of oneself (idiom); giving oneself airs / arrogant and self-important
to think highly of oneself (idiom); giving oneself airs / arrogant and self-important
to be proud of oneself
lit. looking up to it, it gets higher; boring into it, it gets harder (idiom) (from Analects) / fig. to delve deeply into one's studies / meticulous and diligent study
good-looking


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