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height /haɪt/ noun

بلندی ، رفعت ، ارتفاع ، جای مرتفع ، اسمان ، عرش ، منتها درجه ، تکبر ، دربحبوحه ، (درجمع) ارتفاعات ، عظمت ، علوم مهندسی: بلندی ، عمران: ارتفاع ، معماری: بلندی ، روانشناسی: قد ، علوم هوایی: ارتفاع
کامپیوتر: ارتفاع

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- altitude, elevation, highness, loftiness, stature, tallness
- peak, apex, crest, crown, pinnacle, summit, top, zenith
- culmination, climax, limit, maximum, ultimate
Antonyms: depth
Contrasted words: lowness, profundity
Related Words: highness, loftiness, rise, tallness, stature

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

height S2 W3 /haɪt/ noun
[Word Family: noun: height, heights; verb: heighten; adjective: heightened]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hiehthu]

1. HOW TALL [uncountable and countable] how tall someone or something is:
Sam’s about the same height as his sister now.
State your age, height, and weight.
buildings of different heights
six feet/ten metres etc in height
None of these sculptures was less than three metres in height.
a height of six feet/ten metres etc
Sunflowers can grow to a height of 15 feet.

2. DISTANCE ABOVE THE GROUND [uncountable and countable] the distance something is above the ground:
It’s a miracle she didn’t break her neck falling from that height.
a height of 2,500 feet/10,000 metres etc
The aircraft was flying at a height of 10,000 metres.
gain/lose height (=move higher or lower in the sky)
The plane was rapidly losing height.

a) [countable] a place or position that is a long way above the ground
from a height
a bird that opens shellfish by dropping them from a height onto rocks
Rachel had always been scared of heights.
have a head for heights (=not be afraid of heights)
b) heights [plural] a particular high place – used especially in place names:
the Golan Heights

4. new/great/dizzy etc heights
a) a very high level of achievement or success
rise to/reach etc ... heights
He reached the dizzy heights of the national finals.
They took ice dancing to new heights.
b) a very great level or degree:
War fever had reached new heights.

5. the height of something the busiest or most extreme part of a period or activity Synonym : peak:
the height of the tourist season

6. be at the height of your success/fame/powers etc to be more successful, famous etc than at any other time:
The Beatles were at the height of their fame.

7. be the height of fashion/stupidity/luxury etc to be extremely fashionable, stupid etc:
Flared trousers were considered to be the height of fashion in those days.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. how tall sb/sth is
ADJ. full, maximum He drew himself up to his full height and glared at us.
considerable, great, towering Her great height was rather a handicap.
average, medium, middle a man of middle height
VERB + HEIGHT measure | grow to, reach The plants grow to a maximum height of 24 inches.
PREP. in ~ The wall is 2.5 metres in height.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. distance above the ground/sea level
ADJ. considerable, great The object had clearly fallen from a considerable height.
ceiling, chest, head, shoulder, waist, etc. Bring your hands to shoulder height.
VERB + HEIGHT gain | lose The plane was beginning to lose height.
maintain The pilot was unable to maintain height.
attain, climb to, reach, rise to The balloon reached a height of 20,000 feet.
PREP. at a ~ of The animal lives in lakes near Mexico City, at a height of 6,000 to 7,000 feet above sea level.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. (usually heights) high place
ADJ. mountain, rocky The condor soars above the mountain heights.
VERB + HEIGHT scale They were the first expedition to scale the heights of Everest.
be afraid of, have no head for | have a head for A steeplejack has to have a good head for heights.
PREP. from a ~ The pattern of the ancient fields is clearly visible from a height.
PHRASES a fear of heights 4 heights high level of achievement
ADJ. commanding, dizzy, giddy, lofty They have risen to the dizzy heights of the semi-finals.
new The group's popularity reached new heights when they got a top ten hit.
VERB + HEIGHT reach, rise to, scale She rose to undreamed-of heights of power and fame.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: She is a medium-height smartly-dressed woman.
GOOD: She is a smartly-dressed woman of medium height.
BAD: The police wish to interview an average height man with long black hair.
GOOD: The police wish to interview a man of average height with long black hair.

Usage Note:
of medium/average height : 'The escaped prisoner is of medium-height and was last seen wearing a green tracksuit.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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