High-level meaning

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Made up of or carried out by persons having high rank or status.

A high-level corporate briefing.

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Being at an elevated level in rank or importance.

A high-level official.

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(computers) Of, relating to, or being a language, such as BASIC or Pascal, in which each instruction or statement corresponds to several instructions in machine language. A high-level language is translated into machine language by a compiler.
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Of or by persons of high office or rank.
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In a high office or rank.
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Designating a computer language, as BASIC or FORTRAN, making use of conventional (as English) words and requiring translation by a compiler or interpreter.
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Taking place or existing at a high level, altitude or elevation.
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Of or pertaining to a person of a high social position or high rank within a hierarchy or organization.
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Consisting of such people.

High-level conference.

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(computing, of a programming language) Consisting of relatively natural language-like commands and mathematical notations which, after compilation or interpretation, become a set of machine language instructions.
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Origin of high-level