adjective [before noun] 高辛"皖"值
1 describes fuel that is of very good quality:
high-octane UK petrol/US gas
2 full of energy or very powerful:
a high-octane performance
octane number [rating, value] オクタン価.
William Cohan's high- octane history of “the world's most elite and enigmatic investment bank” was awarded the £30,000 ($61,500, €43,000) prize at a gala dinner last night in
HISTORY OF LAZARD SCOOPS FT AWARD
hc譯評:此書名為複數 tycoons不應與 F. Scott Fitzgerald's unfinished final novel, The Last Tycoon混為一談
Insider-selling at Harley-Davidson may be a reason to gear down expectations for the company's high-octane stock price, particularly considering the slowdown in Harley's U.S. motorcycle sales and its aging customer base.