Costs have gone sky-high since the war.
at or to an unprecedented or excessive level: prices rocketed sky-high
high into the air
blow sky-high, to destroy completely
noun 1. (Austral) a sub-penthouse flat in a tall residential building
noun 1. a fanciful hook imagined to be suspended in the air. 2. any of various lifting devices, as one hung from a helicopter, designed to lift heavy loads to distances beyond the reach of a jib crane. 3. a high, arching hook shot in basketball. sky bear
noun, plural skies. Often, skies (for defs 1–4). 1. the region of the clouds or the upper air; the upper atmosphere of the earth: airplanes in the sky; cloudy skies. 2. the heavens or firmament, appearing as a great arch or vault. 3. the supernal or celestial heaven: They looked to the sky for help. […]
noun 1. a U.S. earth-orbiting space station that was periodically staffed by three separate crews of astronauts and remained in orbit 1973–79. noun 1. a US space station launched in May 1973 into an orbit inclined at 50° to the equatorial plane at a mean altitude of 430 kilometres (270 miles), the astronauts working there […]