high-test

high-test

(hī′tĕst′)
adj.
1. Of or relating to highly volatile high-octane gasoline.
2. Meeting exacting requirements.

high′-test′



adj.
(of gasoline) boiling at a relatively low temperature.
Translations

high-test

[ˌhaɪˈtest] ADJ high-test fuelsupercarburante m
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Change the culture and the high-Test people will change what they do to earn respect." Positive thinking is often not helpful but having understanding and respect for the opponent or the obstacle to be faced is.
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All the threaded hardware is Grade 8 and welded with high-test wire.
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