[hahy-lev-uh l] /ˈhaɪˈlɛv əl/
undertaken by or composed of participants having a high status:
a high-level meeting; a high-level investigation.
having senior authority or high status:
(of a programming language) based on a vocabulary of Englishlike statements for writing program code rather than the more abstract instructions typical of assembly language or machine language.
Military. (of aerial warfare) undertaken at or from a high altitude:
high-level bombing; a high-level attack.
(of conferences, talks, etc) involving very important people
- High-level data link control
networking (HDLC) A general-purpose data link control protocol defined by ISO for use on both point-to-point and multipoint (multidrop) data links. It supports full-duplex, transparent-mode operation. It is used extensively in both multipoint and computer networks. Some manufacturers and other standards bodies still use their own acronyms, e.g. IBM’s SDLC (Synchronous Data Link Control), the […]
- High-level waste
noun 1. radioactive waste material, such as spent nuclear fuel initially having a high activity and thus needing constant cooling for several decades by its producers before it can be reprocessed or treated Compare intermediate-level waste, low-level waste
[hahy-lahyf] /ˈhaɪˌlaɪf/ noun 1. an expensive, glamorous, or elegant style of living. /ˈhaɪˌlaɪf/ noun 1.
[hahy-lahyt] /ˈhaɪˌlaɪt/ verb (used with object), highlighted, highlighting. 1. to emphasize or make prominent. 2. to create highlights in (a photograph or engraving). noun 3. Also, high light. an important, conspicuous, memorable, or enjoyable event, scene, part, or the like: the highlight of his talk; the highlight of the concert series. 4. the area of […]