What does high-grade mean?

Definitions for high-grade
ˈhaɪˈgreɪdhigh-grade

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word high-grade.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. high-grade, top-quality, top-gradeadjective

    surpassing in quality

    "top-grade ore"

Wiktionary

  1. high-gradeadjective

    Of high quality, particularly good.

    The high-grade ore was much more more profitable than lower grade ore.

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  1. high-grade

    High-grade refers to items, materials, or products of superior quality, performance, or value. It can also apply to medical conditions or diseases that are advanced or severe.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of high-grade in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of high-grade in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of high-grade in a Sentence

  1. Dhiren Gupta:

    This virus is more infectious and virulent, more children are reporting high-grade fever compared to last year. We have 35-year olds with pneumonia in intensive care, which was not happening last year.

  2. Mark Gooley:

    After several minutes of utterly dull conversation I began to think of her not as a woman but as a human, then not as a human but as an animal, then not as an animal but as a source of high-grade protein.

  3. Gina Rinehart:

    This is a truly momentous occasion as we receive the first vessel alongside the Roy Hill wharf and the first of our high grade product is loaded for the steel mills of Asia.

  4. Jack Semple:

    Our members tell us they have incurred substantial and demonstrable losses but so too have their customers. We had one case where a load of high-grade steel plate was written off because migrants had got into the trailer because it was delayed and that impacted all sorts of supply chains, nEW ERA.

  5. Jeff Hudson:

    High-grade corporate credit should be fine, but everything is seeking new levels relative to monetary policy and uncertainty globally, we're in the early innings of whatever this reset is going to be.

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