verb (used without object)
to participate in the high jump; compete as a high jumper.
verb (used with object)
to clear or attempt to clear (a specified height) in a high jump:
a goal of high-jumping his own height.
a field event in which athletes, using a running start, compete in jumping for height over a crossbar supported by two upright poles.
a jump for height made in this event.
(Brit, informal) be for the high jump, to be liable to receive a severe reprimand or punishment
noun, Track. 1. a participant in the high jump.
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[hahy-luh nd] /ˈhaɪ lənd/ noun 1. an elevated region; plateau: He moved to a highland far from the river. 2. highlands, a mountainous region or elevated part of a country. adjective 3. of, relating to, or characteristic of highlands. [hahy-luh nd] /ˈhaɪ lənd/ noun 1. a region in N Scotland, including a number of the […]