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Williams is a highly competitive player who hates losing.
That now seems highly unlikely.
a highly motivated salesman
She's a highly educated young woman.
highly dangerous chemicals
highly paid company directors
a highly paid job
She has often said how highly she values your friendship.
a highly valued member of staff
He is very highly regarded by his fellow musicians.
Everyone we talked to spoke very highly of him.
The new chef comes highly recommended by the food critics.
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a part of an atom that moves around the nucleus (=centre) and has a negative electrical charge