Spanish translation of 'high up'
See also high
his farm was high up in the mountains su granja estaba en lo alto de las montañas
we saw three birds circling very high up vimos tres pájaros circulando en las alturas
she had put it too high up for me to reach lo había puesto demasiado alto y no llegaba
his cousin is someone high up in the navy su primo tiene un cargo importante en la marina
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Usually the air grows colder the higher up you go, which is why mountain tops are usually colder than valleys.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Because we are high up, we have uninterrupted views of the countryside.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: high-up NOUN
A high-up is an important person who has a lot of authority and influence.
His boss recommended that he be disciplined, but higher-ups rejected the idea.
Translation of high up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary