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The upsurge mirrors an increase in the number of high-rise buildings going up across the capital. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is also an argument that some cities could cope with more high-rise buildings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The visible result of these factors is a concentration of high-rise buildings at the city centre. Geography Basic Facts (1983)This does not deter the tech winners from seeking out luxury warehouse apartments and high-rise penthouses here. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or like a row of terraces rather than a high-rise apartment. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Lovers dance barefoot in their high-rise apartment. Christianity Today (2000)The same characters replay the same scenes in a modern high-rise hospital in the middle of huge metropolis. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Most people in this group lived in crowded flats in high-rise buildings to save more money to send home. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The landscape would be barely recognisable, although high-rise buildings built of reinforced concrete would remain standing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)No high-rise buildings, just the lights of yachts and the distant harbour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is one of the three metals used in the construction of high-rise buildings and big-ticket infrastructure. Times, Sunday Times (2007)From his impressive high-rise office, we surveyed the view. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now there are endless high-rise apartments, hotels and convention centres. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are no high-rise buildings or chain restaurants, but there are lots of great places to eat. The Sun (2014)During a job in demolition, he noted the furniture left behind by families moving to new high-rise blocks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All I remember is a roller coaster ride through a maze of high-rise buildings and alleys. The Sun (2010)I live in one of a cluster of high-rise apartments on the eastern edge of Manhattan. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Inglés británico: high-rise /ˈhaɪˌraɪz/ NOUN
A high-rise is a modern building which is very tall and has many levels or floors.
That big high-rise above us is where he lives.
- Inglés americano: high-rise
- Árabe: بِنَايَةٌ عَالِيَة
- Portugués brasileño: arranha-céu
- Chino: 高楼
- Croata: neboder
- Checo: věžový dům, věžák
- Danés: højhus
- Holandés: hoogbouw
- Español europeo: bloque de pisos
- Finlandés: monikerroksinen
- Francés: tour bâtiment
- Alemán: Hochhaus
- Griego: πολυόροφο κτήριο
- Italiano: palazzo a molti piani
- Japonés: 高層建築
- Coreano: 고층 건물
- Noruego: høyhus
- Polaco: wieżowiec
- Portugués: arranha-céus
- Rumano: bloc turn
- Ruso: многоэтажное здание
- Español: edificio alto
- Sueco: höghus
- Tailandés: ตึกสูง
- Turco: gökdelen
- Ucraniano: хмарочос
- Vietnamita: nhà cao tầng
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