High-road

  • 1 High Road — may refer to: * High Road, Perth * Take the High Road , a soap opera later renamed to High Road * High Roads (comics), a comic book series created by Scott Lobdell and Leinil Francis Yu * The High Road , an album by JoJo * Kilburn High Road *Team …

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  • 2 high road — high roads 1) N COUNT: usu sing A high road is a main road. [BRIT] The gutters either side of the paved high road were gurgling and even flooding. (in AM, use highway) 2) N SING: usu the N to n You say that something is the high road …

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  • 3 high road — high ,road noun count 1. ) the way that is morally right: The Senator veered off his high road several times in tonight s debate. take the high road: The paper took the high road and didn t publish the pictures. 2. ) the high road the easiest or… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 4 high road — n. The most ethical and honest method; used mostly in the phrase to take the high road (as in an election campaign). Contrasted with low road. [PJC] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 high road — n 1.) old fashioned a main road 2.) take the (moral) high road AmE to do what you believe is right according to your beliefs ▪ Daley has taken the high road in his campaign …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6 high road — n. 1. Chiefly Brit. a main road; highway 2. an easy or direct way 3. a course of action, position, etc. that is uninfluenced by partisanship, self interest, vindictiveness, etc.: usually in the phrase take the high road: Also written highroad n.… …

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  • 7 high road — UK US noun [S] HR, WORKPLACE ► a way of competing successfully in business by emphasizing employee needs, such as training, good pay, and good working conditions: »Many companies develop on what Jacobs called a high road, striving for low… …

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  • 8 high road — n. 1. Chiefly Brit. a main road; highway 2. an easy or direct way 3. a course of action, position, etc. that is uninfluenced by partisanship, self interest, vindictiveness, etc.: usually in the phrase take the high road: Also written highroad n …

    English World dictionary

  • 9 high road — ► NOUN 1) a main road. 2) N. Amer. a morally superior approach …

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  • 10 high|road — «HY ROHD», noun. 1. a main road; highway: »the highroad to England (Samuel Johnson). 2. Figurative. a direct and easy way: »the highroad to success …

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  • 11 High Road — Columbia Fahrer bei der Polen Rundfahrt Das Team Columbia High Road ist ein vom Sportartikelhersteller Columbia Sportswear gesponsertes Profi Radsportteam mit Sitz im kalifornischen San Luis Obispo. Von 1991 bis 2003 trat es mit dem Sponsor… …

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  • 12 high road — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms high road : singular high road plural high roads 1) the way that is morally right take the high road: The paper took the high road and didn t publish the pictures. 2) the high road the easiest or most likely… …

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  • 13 high road — noun a) A main road or highway. There, a few yards before them, was the high road from Risingham to Shoreby, lying, at this point, between two even walls of forest. b) A course of action which is honorable, dignified …

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  • 14 high road — highway, main road; easiest course …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 15 high road — noun 1》 a main road. 2》 N. Amer. a morally superior approach …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 16 high-road — n. Highway, public road …

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  • 17 high road — noun (C) BrE old use a main road …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 high road — noun Date: 1664 1. highway 2. the easiest course 3. an ethical course …

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  • 19 high road — …

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  • 20 high-road — …

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