Simple Definition of high–rise
of a building : very tall : having many floors or stories
: made up of high-rise buildings
Full Definition of high–rise
1 : being multistory and equipped with elevators <high–rise apartments>
2 : of, relating to, or characterized by high-rise buildings
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Definition of high–rise for Students
: having many stories <a high-rise building>
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