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hi British & World English

Used as a friendly greeting or to attract attention

HI British & World English

Hawaii (in official postal use)

HI New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Hawaii (postal abbreviation)

Hawaii New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

group of islands in the North Pacific, a state of the US

hi-fi British & World English

Of or relating to the reproduction of music or other sound with high fidelity

hi-fi New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(equipment for) high-fidelity sound reproduction

hi-hat British & World English

A pair of foot-operated cymbals forming part of a drum kit

hi-res British & World English

(Of a display or a photographic or video image) showing a large amount of detail

hi-hat New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

pair of foot-operated cymbals

tally-hi British & World English

A fast method of sheep shearing that allows a higher number of sheep to be processed in a given time

hi-fis in hi-fi British & World English

A set of equipment for playing CDs or records in high-fidelity sound

high-vis British & World English

Short for high-visibility.

hi-vis in high-vis British & World English

Short for high-visibility.

high-tech British & World English

Using, requiring, or involved in high technology

hi-tech in high-tech British & World English

Using, requiring, or involved in high technology

hijacker British & World English

A person who illegally seizes an aircraft, ship, or vehicle while in transit and forces it to go to a different destination or uses it for their own purposes


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