highly

highly
['haɪlɪ] adverb
1) (to a high degree) sehr; äußerst; hoch [angesehen, begabt, bezahlt]; hoch[aktuell, -interessant, -gebildet, -modern]; leicht [entzündlich]; stark [gewürzt]

feel highly honoured — sich hoch geehrt fühlen

I can highly recommend the restaurant — ich kann dieses Restaurant sehr empfehlen

think highly of somebody/something, regard somebody/something highly — eine hohe Meinung von jemandem/etwas haben

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adverb
1) (very; very much: highly delighted; highly paid; I value the book highly.) hoch
2) (with approval: He thinks/speaks very highly of you.) hoch
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high·ly
[ˈhaɪli]
adv hoch-
this was a \highly-publicized case um diesen Fall wurde ein großer Medienrummel veranstaltet fam
\highly amusing ausgesprochen amüsant
\highly contagious hoch ansteckend
\highly-educated hoch gebildet
\highly questionable äußerst fragwürdig
\highly paid hoch bezahlt
\highly placed official hoch gestellter Beamter/hoch gestellte Beamtin
\highly priced teuer
\highly-skilled hoch qualifiziert
to speak \highly of someone von jdm in den höchsten Tönen sprechen
to think \highly of someone eine hohe Meinung von jdm haben
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['haIlɪ]
adv
1) (emph: extremely) successful, sensitive, competitive, controversial, critical äußerst; inflammable leicht; spiced stark; individual, unusual, significant, efficient äußerst, höchst

highly charged (atmosphere) — aufgeladen; debate hitzig

or colored (US) (lit) — farbenfroh, sehr bunt; (fig)

to be highly critical of sb/sth — jdn/etw scharf kritisieren

highly trained — äußerst gut ausgebildet; skilled worker hoch qualifiziert; sportsperson durchtrainiert

highly skilled — äußerst geschickt; worker, workforce hoch qualifiziert

highly placed (in organization, society) — hochgestellt; ( Sport, in league ) führend

highly respected/gifted/educated/paid/developed — hoch geachtet/bezahlt/entwickelt, hochbegabt, hochgebildet

highly intelligent/topical — hochintelligent/-aktuell

highly sophisticated (person, audience) — höchst anspruchsvoll; technology, equipment hoch entwickelt

highly toxic — hochgiftig

highly unlikely or improbable — äußerst or höchst unwahrscheinlich

2) regard, rate, prize hoch

he is a highly regarded writer — er ist ein hoch angesehener Autor

they were highly praised — sie wurden hoch gelobt

I don't rate him very highly at all — ich halte überhaupt nicht viel von ihm

she rates highly among world class athletes —

to be highly prized for its flavour — wegen seines Geschmacks hoch geschätzt werden

to speak highly of sb/sth — sich sehr positiv über jdn/etw äußern

to think highly of sb/sth — eine hohe Meinung von jdm/etw haben

highly recommended — sehr empfehlenswert

I can highly recommend it — ich kann es sehr empfehlen

she came highly recommended — sie kam mit einer sehr guten Empfehlung

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highly adv
1. hoch, in hohem Grade, höchst, äußerst, sehr:
highly gifted (oder talented) hochbegabt oder hoch talentiert;
highly inflammable leicht entzündlich;
highly interesting hochinteressant;
highly placed hochgestellt;
highly seasoned (oder spiced) stark oder scharf gewürzt;
highly secret streng geheim;
highly strung reizbar, nervös; academic.ru/56558/polished">polished 1, probable A 1
2. lobend, anerkennend:
speak highly of sb;
think highly of eine hohe Meinung haben von, viel halten von
3. teuer:
highly paid
a) teuer bezahlt,
b) hoch bezahlt
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['haɪlɪ] adverb
1) (to a high degree) sehr; äußerst; hoch [angesehen, begabt, bezahlt]; hoch[aktuell, -interessant, -gebildet, -modern]; leicht [entzündlich]; stark [gewürzt]

feel highly honoured — sich hoch geehrt fühlen

I can highly recommend the restaurant — ich kann dieses Restaurant sehr empfehlen

2) (favourably)

think highly of somebody/something, regard somebody/something highly — eine hohe Meinung von jemandem/etwas haben

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adv.
am Höchsten ausdr.
hoch adv.
in hohem Maße ausdr.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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