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high rate
to be at a a large altitude
high rate
to be intoxicated, something of a great height
Usage: drugs make me high
look that building is so high

high rate
(Adjective) the opposite of low.
high rate
(Adjective) far up; not low; intoxicated
high rate
(Adjective) having taken too many drugs
high rate
(Adjective) not low.
high rate
(Adult / Slang)
(Adjective) under the effect of drugs
Usage: Are you high? You're making no sense.

high rate
(Adjective) above things, or a state of mind.
high rate
(Adjective) 1. elevated (in reference to location or position); located above the normal view point.
2. elevated (in reference to status); positioned above the common status
3. intoxicated by drugs
Usage: 1. The book I wanted was very high up on the bookshelf and difficult to reach.
2. Don't act so high and mighty because everyone has faults.
3. He got extremely high on Friday night and did some things he regretted later.

high rate
of great height: extending a long way from bottom to top, especially when viewed from the bottom

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