Higher may refer to:
Higher (Scottish), a Scottish national school-leaving certificate exam and university entrance qualification:"For other educational certifications that may be called "Higher", consult the "See also" section below."
* "Higher" (song), a song by Creed
* "Higher" (Gloria Estefan song)
* "Higher" (Heidi Montag song)
* "Higher", a song by Jason Becker from "Perspective"
* "Higher", a song by The Game from "
* "Higher", a song by Ice Cube from the soundtrack for the film "
* "Higher", a song by Sly & the Family Stone from "Dance to the Music"
I Want to Take You Higher", a song by Sly & the Family Stone, a reworked version of "Higher"
* "Higher", a song by
* "Higher" (Ala Boratyn album)
* "Higher" (Ezio album)
* "Higher" (Harem Scarem album)
Higher!", a compilation album by Sly & the Family Stone
The Higher, an American pop rock band
Higher Certificate, an award that will replace the National Certificate in the Republic of Ireland
Higher diploma, an academic award in Hong Kong and Ireland
Higher National Certificate, a higher education qualification in the United Kingdom
Higher National Diploma, a higher education qualification in the United Kingdom
Higher School Certificate, a credential awarded to secondary-school students who complete high-school-level studies in Australia
Higher School Certificate (UK), a former United Kingdom educational attainment standard qualification
Higher Secondary (School) Certificate, a public examination taken by students in Bangladesh, Pakistan, and parts of India
Higher Secondary Examination, a centralised examination conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education
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Higher — Taio Cruz feat. Kylie Minogue oder Travie McCoy oder K3 Veröffentlichung 26. November 2010 Länge 3:09 (feat. Kylie Minogue) 3:38 (feat. Travie McCoy) Genre(s) … Deutsch Wikipedia
higher — adj. prenom. 1. advanced in complexity or elaboration; as, higher mathematics. [WordNet 1.5] 2. of or pertaining to education beyond the secondary level; as, higher education; higher learning. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
higher-up — ˌhigher ˈup noun [countable] informal someone who has a high rank in an organization; = high up Bre: • Restaurant managers have been known to fill in customer comment cards themselves just to impress their higher ups. * * * higher up UK US noun… … Financial and business terms
Higher — Single par Taio Cruz featuring Kylie Minogue et/ou Travie McCoy ou K3 ou Kimberly Wyatt extrait de l’album Rokstarr et The Rokstarr Collection Sortie 26 Novembre 2010 Enregistrement 2009 2010 … Wikipédia en Français
higher — comparative of HIGH (Cf. high) (adj.), Old English. Higher education is attested by 1839. The French distinguish l instruction secondaire, which includes what we term a liberal education, from l instruction supérieure, which denotes professional… … Etymology dictionary
higher-up — n informal someone who has a high rank in an organization ▪ Rumour has it that the higher ups want to push the schedule forward … Dictionary of contemporary English
higher-up — higher ups N COUNT A higher up is an important person who has a lot of authority and influence. [AM, INFORMAL] (in BRIT, use high up) … English dictionary
higher-up — ☆ higher up [hī′ər up΄ ] n. Informal a person of higher rank or position … English World dictionary
higher-up — high er up , n. A superior officer or official; a person having greater rank or station or quality than others; used chiefly in pl. [Slang] Syn: superior, superordinate. [Webster 1913 Suppl. + WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
higher-up — noun count MAINLY BRITISH INFORMAL someone who has an important job in an organization … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English