English translation of उच्च
उच्चPowered by COBUILD /ucca/
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1. exalted adjective
An exalted person is very important. [literary] ⇒ ...the exalted members of the British government.
2. full adjective before noun, adverb
You can use full to indicate the greatest possible amount of something. ⇒ He liked playing his music at full volume. ⇒ ...in full daylight.
3. grand adjective
If you describe people as grand, you mean they seem important or socially superior.
4. high adjective
If someone has high principles or standards, they are morally good.
5. high adjective
If people have a high opinion of you, they respect you very much.
6. high adjective
High means advanced or complex. ⇒ ...Japan's high technology industries.
7. high adjective, adverb
High means great in amount, degree, or intensity. ⇒ Official reports said casualties were high. ⇒ High winds have knocked down trees. ⇒ Unemployment figures will rise even higher.
8. ingenious adjective
Something that is ingenious is very clever and involves new ideas or equipment. ⇒ ...a truly ingenious invention.
9. lofty adjective
A lofty idea or aim is noble, important, and admirable. ⇒ The writer has lofty ideals: to learn about justice and about truth.
10. upper class countable noun, adjective
The upper class or the upper classes are the group of people in a society who own the most property and have the highest social status. You say people like this are upper-class. ⇒ ...wealthy, upper-class families.
2. mn/ucca, ucc, uchcha, uchch/
top singular noun, adjective before noun
If someone is at the top of an organization or career, they are among the most senior, important, or successful people in it. You can also refer to the top people in an organization or career. ⇒ ...the managers at the top of the company. ⇒ He has got to the top on natural talent. ⇒ ...a top model.
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Translation of उच्च from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary