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例句
同義詞
反義詞
  • adj.
    high的反義詞之:高的;高尚的
    low
  • high的反義詞之:其他釋義
    low
同義詞解析
  • 以下這些形容詞均有"高的" 的意思
    high普通用詞,指本身高出地面之上,與low相對,不用于人。也可指程度、地位、聲音等的高,還可作引申用。
    tall僅指人或物的高度,指物的"高"時,可與high換用。
    lofty書面用詞,指外觀宏偉壯麗的高聳物;用于指思想或目的時,表示崇高。貶義指 態高傲。
詞組
  • ace (或 king或 queen 等) high
    (in card games) having the ace (or another specified card) as the highest-ranking (紙牌游戲中)A牌(或老K、王后等指定的紙牌)最大
  • from on high
    from a very high place 從高處
  • high and mighty
    important and influential 有權有勢的,趾高氣揚的
  • the high ground
    a position of superiority (originally in military conflict) (源于軍事沖突)優勢地位,優越位置
  • a high old ——
    [attrib.](informal)used for emphasis (非正式)(用于強調)非常,很
  • high, wide, and handsome
    (informal)expansive and impressive (非正式)無憂無慮
  • it is high time that ——
    it is past the time when something should have happened or been done 早該是…的時候了
  • on one's high horse
    (informal)used to refer to someone behaving in an arrogant or pompous manner (非正式)逞威風,擺架子
  • run high
    (of a river) be full and close to overflowing, with a strong current (河流)水滿的,高漲的;水流湍急的
  • high and dry
    In a position of helplessness; stranded 孤獨無助地:處于無援助的處境;無依無靠地 &I{Nautical} Out of water. Used of a ship, for example. &I{【航海】} 擱淺:在水域之外。例如用于船只
  • high and low
    Here and there; everywhere 到處;各處
  • on high
    High in the sky. 在天上 In heaven. 在天堂 In a position of authority. 處于權威位置
英語四級真題
  • Viewing the past in high definition can make it very difficult to get over pain and regret.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • The house prices are currently too high.
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  • In her search to live a life of purpose, Leah left her high-paying accounting job, her husband, and her home.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • High-flyers ( ' , 能干的人) who are forced to work in teams may be undervalued and free-riders empowered.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • But a new report by Deloitte, Global Human Capital Trends, based on a survey of more than 7,000 executives in over 130 countries, suggests that the fashion for teamwork has reached a new high.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Although these numbers appear low, it is much higher than if people try without support.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • When Katherine joined Facebook, some of her classmates at high school started to add her as a friend.
    出自-2017年6月聽力原文
  • This was the highest and most desirable form of pleasure and happiness for the ancient Epicureans, Soupios says.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • They scored higher on social interaction.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Most people's minds function at a high level even in their later years, according to researcher Timothy Salthouse.
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  • It accompanies all machinery involving high technology.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • I do not think that we spend nearly enough time trying to concentrate on achieving a sort of calmness, a sort of contentment in a mental and spiritual way, which was identified by these people as the highest form of happiness and pleasure.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • College graduates, for example, are particularly interested in driverless cars compared with those who have less education: 59 percent of college graduates said they would like to use a driverless car compared with 38 percent of those with a high-school diploma or lessWhere a person lives matters, toIt will not necessarily reduce road accidents.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • At first the researchers of the most recent study found residents in assisted living facilities gave higher scores on social interaction.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • As a matter of fact, consumers expressed higher satisfaction with the one-star facilities, the lowest rated, than with the five-star ones.
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  • Jody Hubbard is a diet and nutrition expert who travels around the state to speak in middle and high schools.
    出自-2016年6月聽力原文
  • But it’s one of many low- tech fixes for high-tech failures that people without engineering degrees have discovered, often out of desperation and shared.
    出自-2016年6月聽力原文
  • 92 were found to have higher nicotine yields than they did six years previously.
    出自-2016年6月聽力原文
  • We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading -102- more strict, to determine how their mind-sets might affect their math grades.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • We are at a point where in much of the developed world the vast majority of young people grew up playing video games, and an increasingly high percentage of adults play these video games too, Werbach says.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Using high technology in classrooms and promoting exchange of information.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Many oil producers built up huge reserve funds when prices were high, so when prices fall they will draw on their reserves to support government spending and subsidies ( ' , 補貼) for their consumers.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • It will have models with a higher BMI.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • It seems higher education has become an industry of meeting-holders whose task it is to solve problems— real or imagined.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • In addition, they held hard work in high regard.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • I designed an eight-session workshop for 91 students whose math grades were declining in their first year of junior high.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • By contrast, a Danish tax on foods high in fats was abandoned a year after its introduction, amid claims that consumers were avoiding it by crossing the border to Germany to satisfy their desire for cheaper, fattier fare.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • At the start of junior high, the math achievement test scores of the students with a growth mind-set were comparable to those of students who displayed a fixed mind-set.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • This means that rivers will rise more slowly, but then stay high for much longer, the environmental agency said.
    出自-2016年12月聽力原文
  • They say it is healthier than green tea and could be sold for a price that is three to four times higher than the price of green tea.
    出自-2016年12月聽力原文
  • He was ?saving the life of a 9-month-old ?boy who was blown into the path ?of an oncoming subway train by ?a high wind.
    出自-2016年12月聽力原文
  • But Mr.Kibara says he has not received a higher price for his purple tea crop.
    出自-2016年12月聽力原文
  • Its fame in high technology is incomparable.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • It produces wealth as well as high-tech.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • Her expectations were high—impossibly so.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • But what did Carnegie-Mellon yield in Pittsburgh? And what happened in Ithaca, home of Cornell University, which is also high on the list?I grew up in Pittsburgh and went to college at Cornell, so I can answer for both.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • Before you brush this argument aside as rubbish, or think of joy as an unaffordable luxury in a nation where there is awful poverty, low academic achievement, and high dropout rates, think again.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • And this is more and more true, the higher up the scale you go.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • I am sure I wrote essays in the later years of high school without my mother's guidance, but I can't recall them.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • Woolworths is one of the best known names on the British High Street.
    出自-2015年12月聽力原文
  • This finding supported ConAgra’s decision to position the product against other high quality frozen dinners, rather than as a diet or health food.
    出自-2015年12月聽力原文
  • "This finding supported ConAgra's decision to position the product against other high quality frozen dinners, rather than as a diet or health food.
    2015年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C
  • "This means that rivers will rise more slowly, but then stay high for much longer," the environmental agency said.
    2016年12月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A
  • "We are at a point where in much of the developed world the vast majority of young people grew up playing video games, and an increasingly high percentage of adults play these video games too," Werbach says.
    2016年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B
  • According to the World Health Organization, 80 percent of deaths from heart disease and stroke are caused by high blood pressure, tobacco use, elevated cholesterol and low consumption of fruits and vegetables.
    2018年12月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • And of course, if it has an impact on obesity, it will have an impact on diabetes, and heart disease, and high blood pressure.
    2016年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A
  • And what happened in ithaca, home of Cornell University, which is also high on the list?
    2015年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C
  • Asian-American students have been eager participants in a state program that permits them to take summer classes off campus for high school credit, allowing them to maximize the number of honors and Advanced Placement classes they can take, another practi
    2018年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • At the same time, high blood pressure has become an increasing problem.
    2016年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C
  • Besides the airport crowds and stress, travelling at a high altitude has real effects on the body.
    2019年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A
  • But a new report by Deloitte, "Global Human Capital Trends", based on a survey of more than 7,000 executives in over 130 countries, suggests that the fashion for teamwork has reached a new high.
    2017年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B
  • But the division has become more obvious in recent months as Aderhold has made changes, including no-homework nights, an end to high school midterms and finals, and an initiative that made it easier to participate in the music program.
    2018年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • But this can be chalked up to the excessively high cost of their books—which has increased over 1, 000 percent since 1977.
    2019年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section C
  • Changing building codes, evolving tastes, and the high cost of maintaining those wonderful old signs have businesses embracing LEDs, which are energy efficient, but still carry great cost.
    2018年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section A
  • Dori taught high school engineering for 11 years.
    2017年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section A
  • For example, people in high school, they text message a lot.
    2016年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
  • For instance, highway overpasses had to be high enough to allow trailers carrying military missiles to pass under them.
    2018年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C
  • French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was known to be unimpressed by the declining taste of early 18th century cooking, but under pressure to entertain Paris' high society, he too called Careme to his kitchen at Tuileries Palace.
    2018年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
  • He was saving the life of a 9-month-old boy who was blown into the path of an oncoming subway train by a high wind.
    2016年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B
  • Her expectations were high — impossibly so.
    2015年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
  • I am sure I wrote essays in the later years of high school without my mother's guidance, but I can't recall them.
    2015年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
  • If you've got a good car that can go at a high speed, then it's really nice to do that.
    2016年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B
  • In that light, aging itself might be seen as something treatable, the way you would treat high blood pressure or a vitamin deficiency.
    2017年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C
  • Its key objective is to place at the centre of recovery efforts measures that would generate high levels of employment and provide basic social protection for the most vulnerable.
    2016年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A
  • It's worth nothing that the overall share of young adults living with their parents was not at a record high in 2014.
    2019年6月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
  • Nonetheless, physicians say that they look at the collective data and a clear picture emerges: that the salt, sugar, fat and processed foods in the American diet contribute to the nation's high rate of obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
    2018年12月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • Of course, consumers also want their orders prepared correctly and on that score, Oches says, accuracy is still really high.
    2018年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A
  • One of our goals is to get items of high research value or interest to the public online.
    2018年6月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C
  • Recreational users take drugs to get high.
    2015年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C
  • Researchers found that only people who were seated in individual - had a high risk of catching the illness.
    2019年12月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section A
  • She still remembers the sting of her first experience skipping an assignment due to the high prices.
    2018年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B
  • That means depending on packaged food with high salt and sugar content.
    2018年12月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • There are many things that can cause confusion and memory loss, including health problems like temporary stoppage of breathing during sleep, high blood pressure, or depression, as well as medications like antidepressants.
    2018年6月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C
  • There's no question people can take things a long way toward reversing diabetes, reversing high blood pressure, even preventing cancer by food choices.
    2018年12月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • They engage college undergraduates to teach computer science to high school students, who in turn instruct middle school students on the topic.
    2018年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section C
  • This finding supported ConAgra's decision to position the product against other high quality frozen dinners, rather than as a diet or health food.
    2015年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C
  • This help is critically important because the high cost of caring for animal victims is a major factor that prevents people from getting involved in cruelty cases in the first place.
    2016年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A
  • viewing the past in high definition can make it very difficult to get over pain and regret.
    2017年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B
  • We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading more strict, to determine how their mind-
    2016年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B
  • Woolworths is one of the best known names on the British high Street.
    2015年12月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A
  • You mean high school graduates can't do this task in general?
    2017年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B
英語六級真題
  • While bullying is parents' greatest concern over all, nearly half of low-income parents worry their child will get shot, compared with one-fifth of high-income parents.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • There is strong evidence that both innovation and adoption of cleaner technology are strongly encouraged by higher fossil fuel prices.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • The result would be higher emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • The achievement gap between children from high- and lowincome families is 30-40% larger among children born in 2001 than those born 25 years earlier, according to Mr.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Over the next five years, the group helps the students get into other elite summer math programs, high-performing high schools, and eventually college.
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  • One of the largest feeders for high school math competitions—including those that eventually lead to the IMO—is a middle school program called MathCounts.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Nearly half of high-earning, college-graduate parents enrolled their children in arts classes before they were 5, compared with one-fifth of low-income, lesseducated parents.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Morgan's comments on outsourcing mark the second time this month that he has come out against one of Haslam's plans for higher education in Tennessee.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • More than a quarter of children live in single-parent households—a historic high, according to Pew—and these children are three times as likely to live in poverty as those who live with married parents.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Middle-class and higher-income parents see their children as projects in need of careful cultivation, says Annette Lareau, whose groundbreaking research on the topic was published in her book Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race and Family Life.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Its designers were not high-end with supplementary lines.
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  • Interest in elite high school math competitions has grown in recent years, and in light of last summer's U.S. win at the International Math Olympiad ( ' , IMO)—the first for an American team in more than two decades— the trend is likely to continue.
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  • In the Pew survey, middle-class families earning between $30,000 and $75,000 a year fell right between working-class and high-earning parents on issues like the quality of their neighborhood for raising children, participation in extracurricular activities and involvement in their children's education.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Higher-income families and working-class families now tend to live in different neighborhoods.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Higher-income children are more likely to declare boredom and expect their parents to solve their problems.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Higher fossil fuel prices prove to be conducive to innovation and application of cleaner technologyIf fossil fuel prices remain low for a long time, it may lead to higher emissions of greenhouse gases.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • High-earning parents are much more likely to say they live in a good neighborhood for raising children.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • He disagreed with the governor on higher education policies.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Elite high school math competitions are attracting more interest throughout the United States.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Discipline techniques vary by education level: 8% of those with a postgraduate degree say they often beat their children, compared with 22% of those with a high school degree or less.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Contestants of elite high school math competitions are mostly Asian and white students from well-off families.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Children from higher-income families are likely to have the skills to navigate bureaucracies and succeed in schools and workplaces, Ms.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • But efforts are in place to expose more black, Hispanic, and low-income students to advanced math, in the hope that the demographic pool of high-level contenders will eventually begin to shift and become less exclusive.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • After the high-pressure Countdown round at this year's national MathCounts competition, in which the top 12 students went head to head solving complex problems in rapid fire, the finalists for the Math Video Challenge took the stage to show their videos.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • 71% of parents with a college degree say they do it every day, compared with 33% of those with a high school diploma or less.
    出自-2017年6月閱讀原文
  • Why, then, has this claim become so popular?Part of the answer is that this is what always happens during periods of high unemployment—in part because experts and analysts believe that declaring the problem deeply rooted, with no easy answers, makes them sound serious.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • When I was in high school, dozens in my class alone would have answered differently.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Virtually all experts agree that the fee-for-service system—doctors are rewarded for the quantity of care rather than its quality of effectiveness—is a primary reason that the cost of care is so high.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • The high cost of medical services and unnecessary tests and treatments have driven up medical expenses.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • The gold standard study by Harvard and Columbia University scholars found that even in high-poverty schools, teachers consistently had a huge positive or negative impact.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Teaching is so important that it should be like other professions, with high pay and good working conditions but few job protections for bottom performers.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • On the contrary, all the facts suggest that high unemployment in America is the result of inadequate demand.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Medical spending, which typically rises faster than wages and the overall economy, is propelled by two things: the high prices charged for medical services in this country and the volume of unnecessary care delivered by doctors and hospitals, which often perform a lot more tests and treatments than a patient really needs.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Malpractice awards do drive up insurance premiums for doctors in high-risk specialties, and there is some evidence that doctors engage in defensive medicine by performing tests and treatments primarily to prove they are not negligent should they get sued.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • I'd be sympathetic if the union focused solely on higher compensation.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Families graze on high-cholesterol take-aways and microwaved readymeals.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Exclusivity, more familiar in the world of high fashion, has reached the kitchen: Robinson&Cornish, a British manufacturer of custom-made kitchens, offers a Georgian-style one which would cost £145,000-155,000— excluding building, plumbing and electrical work.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Demand higher pay for teachers.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Contrary to some stereotypes, most adolescents believe they must be tolerant of differences among individuals ( ' , though they do not always find this easy in the cliquish ( ' , 拉幫結派的) environment of high school).
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • Clickthrough rates have been high so far ( ' , around 3-4%, compared with less than 0.3% online), but that may be a result of the novelty.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • And the World Resources Institute ( ' , WRI) in its World Resources 2005 report, issued at the end of August, produced several such examples from Africa and Asia; it also demonstrated that environmental degradation affects the poor more than the rich, as poorer people derive a much higher proportion of their income directly from the natural resources around them.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • A place where high technology could be applied.
    出自-2016年6月閱讀原文
  • He predicts high failure rates for smaller, regional banks in 2010 as commercial real estate loans come due.
    出自-2016年6月聽力原文
  • You can see that we're here to stay, said Vladimir Cheberdak, 57, chief of the Bellingshausen Station, as he sipped tea under a portrait of Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, a high-ranking officer in the Imperial Russian Navy who explored the Antarctic coast in 1820.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • They do not attract the media attention the high-risk group does.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • They are almost as liable to depression as the high-risk group.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • There's a lot for students to complain about: the repayment threshold for paying back loans will be frozen for five years, meaning that lower-paid graduates have to start repaying their loans; and maintenance grants have been replaced by loans, meaning that students from poorer backgrounds face higher debt than those with wealthier parents.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • The high-risk group and low-risk group are obvious.
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  • The group that scored high on all nine of the risk behaviors was most likely to show symptoms of depression; in all, nearly 15% of this group reported being depressed, compared with just 4% of the low-risk group.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • The study's authors surveyed 12,395 students and analyzed nine risk behaviors, including excessive alcohol use, illegal drug use, heavy smoking, high media use and truancy ( ' , 逃學 ).
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Some 13% scored high on all nine of the risk behaviors.
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  • Science has shown a clear correlation between high stress levels in workers and absenteeism ( ' , 曠工 ), reduced productivity, disengagement and high turnover.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Research finds that if employees suffer from high stress, they will be less motivated, less productive and more likely to quit.
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  • Rather than just dazzling with a high cool factor, there is a focus on the practical.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Only 13 percent of respondents said that they were interested in buying a smartwatch in 2016, for example – an increase of just one percent from the previous year despite a year of high-profile launches.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Of the 300 employees participating in the study, those who experienced high levels of telepressure were more likely to agree with statements assessing burnout, like I've no energy for going to work in the morning, and to report feeling fatigued and unfocused.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Even the technology press conferences, which have been high-profile in the past and reached a level of drama and theatrics fitting for a Las Vegas stage, have a different bent to them.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Encouraging high-emitting nations to take the initiative.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • Developed nations such as Australia, the United States, Canada, and European countries are essentially climate free-riders: causing the majority of the problems through high greenhouse gas emissions, while incurring few of the costs such as climate change's impact on food and water.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • But the invisible group wasn't far behind the high-risk set, with more than 13% of them exhibiting depression.
    出自-2016年12月閱讀原文
  • And it is clearly up to the current generation of leaders from high-emitting nations to decide whether they want to be remembered as climate change tyrants or pioneers.
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  • And 29%, the invisible risk group, scored high on three in particular: They spent five hours a day or more on electronic devices.
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  • The bodies of fish and other meat eaters can build up high levels of the chemicals.
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  • Stacy is going to walk you through the step-by-step process of becoming a social worker and Mill will tell you about the range of options you have once you get your social work degree, as well as the high standards of responsibility the social workers must adhere to.
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  • Sports drinks which are often high in sugar and calories made up most of the food and drink deals, with soft drinks and fast food filling out the reminder.
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  • It’s no surprise that high-profile athletes can influence children’s eating behaviors, but the scientists were able to quantify how prevalent these endorsements are in the children’s environment.
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  • have placed religious beliefs above party politicshave bridged the gap between the rich and the pooroffer poor children more chances to climb the social laddersuffer from higher levels of racial and economic segregationFamily structure.
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  • When Nijay Williams entered college last fall as a first-generation student and Jamaican immigrant, he was academically unprepared for the rigors of higher education.
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  • There wasn't really a college-bound culture at my high school,she said.
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  • The current situation in American higher education may not last long.
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  • Still, Jones represents a small percentage of first-generation students who are able to gain entry into more elite universities, which are often known for robust financial aid packages and remarkably high graduation rates for first-generation students.
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  • So a heavy object, like a football player moving at a high speed, has a lot of momentum — that is, once be is moving, it is hard to change his state of motion.
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  • Per-capita local government spendingIn other words, communities with high levels of per-capita income growth, high percentages of two-parent families, and high local government spending—which may stand for good schools— are the most likely to help poor children relive Horatio Alger's rags-to-riches story.
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  • People should not expect too much from American higher education.
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  • Many students are coming from a situation where no one around them has the experience of successfully completing higher education, so they are coming in questioning themselves and their college worthiness, Jarrat continued.
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  • Like other students new to the intimidating higher-education world, she often struggled on her path to college.
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  • Like many first-generation students, he enrolled in a medium-sized state university many of his high school peers were also attending, received a Pell Grant, and took out some small federal loans to cover other costs.
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  • Kids who are the first in their families to brave the world of higher education came on campus with little academic know- how and are much more likely than their peers to drop out before graduation.
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  • Jones became involved with a college-access program through Princeton University in high school.
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  • It will take a long time to change the current trend in higher education.
    出自-2015年12月閱讀原文
  • Instead of skipping out on higher education altogether, they chose community colleges or state schools with low bars for admittance.
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  • In particular, Arum and Roksa found, college students were not developing the critical thinking, analytic reasoning and other higher-level skills that are necessary to thrive in today's knowledge-based economy and to lead our nation in a time of complex challenges and dynamic change.
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  • Imagine how intimidating it be for prospective students unfamiliar with the complexities of higher education to navigate this kind of information and then identify which schools are the best fit.
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  • Higher education institutions are, under federal law, required to report graduation rates, but these reports typically only include Pell recipient number—not necessarily rates specific to first-generation students.
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  • Given the high price of room and board and the closeness of the school to his family, he chose to live at home and worked between 30 and 40 hours a week while taking a full class schedule.
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  • For students who have been coasting through college, and for American universities that have been demanding less work, offering more attractions and charging higher tuition, the party may soon be over.
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  • Elite universities tend to graduate first-generation students at a higher rate.
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  • College graduates will still fare better than those with only s high school education, of course.
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  • Chetty finds that communities like Salt Lake City, with high levels of two-parent families and religiosity, are much more likely to see poor children get ahead than communities like Atlanta, with high levels of racial and economic segregation.
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  • As a former high school teacher, I saw students choose familiar, cheaper options year after year.
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  • And while Rubinoff believes there are a good number of four-year schools that truly care about these students and set aside significant resources and programs for them, he says that number isn't high enough.
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  • American higher education has lost its global competitiveness.
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  • While fully 64% of all U.S. high school graduates attend college of some point in their life, just 30% of the comparable German population, 28% of the French, 20% of the British, and 37%of the Japanese proceed beyond high school.
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  • Some U.S. schoolsacknowledge the rigor of European secondary training, and will give up a year’s credit to foreigners who have passed their high school exams.
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  • "I’ve seen very expensive protein supplements that claim to be high quality but they might not really be beneficial for the average healthy adult," she says.
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  • "In theory," says Vallentine, "this can create a high enough temperature to generate super-heated steam.
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  • "The yield is never going to be high," Farrant says, so these plants will be targeted not at Iowa farmers trying to squeeze more cash out of high-yield fields, but subsistence farmers who need help to survive a drought like the present one in South Africa
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  • "There wasn't really a college-bound culture at my high school," she said.
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  • A new study from michigan State University, though, argues that all students—including high achievers—see a decline in performance when they browse the Internet during class for non-academic purposes.
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  • According to Harry Vallentine, a Canadian engineer who is researching modern steam technology, a special tank measuring 2 by 10 metres could store over 750 kilowatt hours of energy as high pressure steam, enough to pull a two-cart train for an hour or so.
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柯林斯高階英漢雙解學習詞典釋義
英漢詞典釋義
英英詞典釋義
  • Noun
    1. a lofty level or position or degree;
    "summer temperatures reached an all-time high"
    2. an air mass of higher than normal pressure;
    "the east coast benefits from a Bermuda high"
    3. a state of sustained elation;
    "I'm on a permanent high these days"
    4. a state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics;
    "they took drugs to get a high on"
    5. a high place;
    "they stood on high and observed the coutryside""he doesn't like heights"
    6. a public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12;
    "he goes to the neighborhood highschool"
    7. a forward gear with a gear ratio giving high vehicle velocity for a given engine speed
  • Adjective
    1. greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount;
    "a high temperature""a high price""the high point of his career""high risks""has high hopes""the river is high""he has a high opinion of himself"
    2. (literal meanings) being at or having a relatively great or specific elevation or upward extension (sometimes used in combinations like `knee-high');
    "a high mountain""high ceilings""high buildings""a high forehead""a high incline""a foot high"
    3. standing above others in quality or position;
    "people in high places""the high priest""eminent members of the community"
    4. used of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency
    5. happy and excited and energetic
    6. used of the smell of game beginning to taint
    7. slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana)
  • Adverb
    1. at a great altitude;
    "he climbed high on the ladder"
    2. in or to a high position, amount, or degree;
    "prices have gone up far too high"
    3. in a rich manner;
    "he lives high"
    4. far up toward the source;
    "he lives high up the river"
行業詞典
  • 哲學: 高技術產業;high-technology industries;
    土木工程: 高樁承臺;high-rise pile cap;高強鋼絲;high-strength steel wire;高溫水;high-temperature hot water;
    大氣科學: 高[氣]壓;[pressure] 水平氣壓場上, 氣壓比四周高的區域。;
    機械: 高分辨質譜計;high-resolution mass spectrometer 分辨率超過10 000的質譜儀器。;高低溫試驗箱;high-low temperature test chamber 工作空間溫度在-90~+200℃之間的溫度試驗箱。;大功率連接器;high-power connector 傳輸數千瓦以上功率的連接器。;
    法律: 高級;
    物理學: 高功率激光器;high-power laser;高頻堵漏;high-frequency plugging;高溫等離[子]體;high-temperature plasma;高能物理[學];high-energy physics;高密度逾滲;high-density percolation;高耗[共振]腔;high-loss resonator;高自旋態;high-spin state;高清晰度圖象;high-definition picture;高能核物理[學];high-;
    電力: 高壓供電;high-voltage power supply;高放射性廢物;high-level waste, HLW;高壓母線;high-tension bus;
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