hoch synonyms and antonyms

long live

German hoch, es lebe, lang lebe

hoch

English long live, power of, high pitched, anticyclone, upwards, lofty, tall, extremely, boy, high
German an, antizyklone, aufhin, aufi, eutheria, hinauf, angesehen, angestaut, angestiegen, bedeutend, emporragend, fein, führend, gehoben, gross, haushoch, hochgestellt, hochgewachsen, hochstehend, lang, lebenslänglich, masslos, ragend, sehr, stattlich, viel, vornehm, übergeordnet, überteuert, hausse, hochdruckgebiet, vivat, äusserst, junge
Czech chlapec, kluk, ogar, vysoko, tlaková výše, vysoce

high

English high pitched, lofty, tall, high, high toned, in high spirits, high gear, senior high school, high up, blazed, close, heights, hi, acute, admirable, boisterous, costly, dear, dignified, distinguished, elevated, exalted, great, haughty, lordly, noble, pre eminent, pricey, proud, sharp, shrill, soaring, stoned, strong, supercilious, towering, tumultuous, violent, eminent, gamey, mellow, luxuriously
German hoch, high, antizyklone, arrogant, eminent, piercing, prominent, superior, turbulent
Czech vysoko, vysoký

anticyclone

English high, anticyclone
German hoch, antizyklone, hochdruckgebiet, antizyklon

upwards

English up, upward, upwardly
German hoch, aufwärts, empor, hinauf, nach oben

lofty

English high, eloquent, noble, majestic, noble minded, towering
German hoch, erhaben, pathetisch, luftig

tall

English high, tall, number, numeral, figure, mock, scots pine, fur, cut, vermillion rockfish, knife edge, dent, haircut, deletion, piece, chap, slit, lamb, pine, rate, stable, magniloquent, marvellous, there
German hoch, kiefer, zahl, gross

extremely

English balls deep, dramatically, drastically, exceedingly, grossly, highly
German hoch, höchst, extrem, krass, äusserst

boy

English boy, tribe, bellboy, bhoy, brat, chap, lad, manservant, son, male child, john, page, rich, size, smell, stature, youth, dancer
German boy, bursche, junge, knabe, matz, bube, diener
Czech hoch, chlapec, kluk

hoch antonyms

death to, down with, low pitched, low, downwards, downward, below, girl, daughter, familiar, regular, short, sister, chick, chick blinds, platt, down, daughter language, depression, familiar spirit, mean value, mean, nether, short pants, flat, deep, deeply, directed set, downwardly, even, moll, short circuit, short film, short selling, short subject, short change, trite, natural depression, dejection, depressive disorder, major depressive disorder, familial, regulate, tune, kin, mediocre, so so, baffle, time, adjust, aim at, aim for, amicable, au fait, average, beneath, downstream, under, underneath, downstairs, at lower place, on lower floor, biddy, bird, caffeinated, fledgling, dame, chummy, colloquial, common, comrade, denizen, despicable, equable, evil, acquainted, cheeky, close, conversant, nigget, companion, family member, fixture, frequent, gal, habitue, ignoble, infra, intend, intimate, just, little, minus, natural, punctual, rapt, normal, steady, uniform, weak, unconstipated, veritable, frequenter

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