- high-grade 'hī-'grād adj being near the upper, most serious, or most life-threatening extreme of a specified range <\high-grade gliomas> <\high-grade cervical dysplasia> compare LOW-GRADE
* * *(hiґgrādґ) occurring near the high end of a range, as of a malignancy.
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high-grade — adj [only before noun] of the best quality ▪ high grade beef … Dictionary of contemporary English
high-grade — adjective very good in quality: tools made from high grade aluminum … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
high-grade — index preferential, premium, sterling, superior (excellent) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
high-grade — [hī′grād′] adj. of fine or superior quality … English World dictionary
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high-grade — adjective Date: 1878 1. of superior grade or quality < high grade bonds > 2. a. being near the upper or most favorable extreme of a specified range b. medically serious or life threatening < a high grade tumor > … New Collegiate Dictionary
high-grade — adjective Of high quality, particularly good. The high grade ore was much more more profitable than lower grade ore. Ant: low grade … Wiktionary
high-grade — adj. High grade is used with these nouns: ↑ore … Collocations dictionary
high-grade — adjective (only before noun) of the best quality: high grade beef … Longman dictionary of contemporary English