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Definition of "ultra-high" [ultra-high]

  • Very, extremely, or exceedingly high. (adjective)

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Use "ultra-high" in a sentence
  • "The competitively won programs in which the Company is participating are part of a larger effort to realize the ultimate objective of third-generation photovoltaics, namely ultra-high conversion efficiency at a low cost to the user."
  • "Tokyo Electric Power Co., owner of the two heavily damaged complexes, took the unprecedented step of pumping seawater mixed with boric acid into the core of another reactor, Fukushima Daiichi's unit 1 reactor, to tame ultra-high temperatures from fuel rods that had been partially exposed."
  • "The allegedly reformed act was supposed to obviate underperforming, ultra-high cost programs just like the F-35, which by the way is about to have another cost increase that DoD's cost-estimating bureaucracy - the one reformed by the reform act -- is busily sweeping under the rug."
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