Origin of high frequency
Related formshigh-fre·quen·cy, adjective
Examples from the Web for high frequency
Even those making money from deals made with high-frequency traders had no idea if they were making as much as they should.
High-frequency trading computers execute hundreds of trades per minute, largely on autopilot.Let’s All Please Stop Overreacting to Bernanke’s Remarks|Daniel Gross|June 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
These upstarts appealed to the high-frequency traders who have come to dominate the market.
High-frequency trading accounts for about half the volume on U.S. stock exchanges.
Just ask Knight Capital, BATS Global Markets, or the investors taken for a high-frequency ride during the “Flash Crash” of 2010.In ‘Cosmopolis,’ Robert Pattinson Depicts Financial World Gone Mad|Alex Klein|August 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
With a spine-tingling brief blaze of high-frequency sound, Hoskins' oxygen-bottle hit the steel deck.Breaking Point|James E. Gunn
Repeated applications of the high-frequency current, with the vacuum electrode, have also proved serviceable.Essentials of Diseases of the Skin|Henry Weightman Stelwagon
Its high-frequency scream rose deafeningly above us and was torn away in unsteady gusts.The Long Voyage|Carl Richard Jacobi
We might aid it with high-frequency radiation, but I distrust the effects on the prepsyche.The Sky Is Falling|Lester del Rey
Warts are either better left alone or removed by a physician with the high-frequency spark or some other reliable method.The Mother and Her Child|William S. Sadler