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Do you say "my car is high on fuel" as a counterpart of "my car is low on fuel"?

No, "high on fuel" is not an idiomatic opposite for "low on fuel". An idiomatic opposite would be, "my tank is nearly full." While high can be the opposite of low, it's ...
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What are rollers that are sat one after one called?

A calender is a series of rollers used to process paper, rubber, or other materials that form thin sheets. The verb to calender refers to the process of passing through a calender. (Not to be confused ...
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Do you say "my car is high on fuel" as a counterpart of "my car is low on fuel"?

As you know, the phrase "we're low on fuel" essentially means "the amount of fuel we have is less than we would like it to be" or "it would be better if we had more fuel."...
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Do you say "my car is high on fuel" as a counterpart of "my car is low on fuel"?

If you want to use a similar phrasing, you could say you are "good on fuel"- this doesn't mean necessarily that you have a lot, but that you have enough. Good - adjective h (informal) : ...
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Do you say "my car is high on fuel" as a counterpart of "my car is low on fuel"?

“Low on fuel” is a fixed expression that cannot be easily modified. “I’m high on fuel” means I’m a drug addict who was been sniffing fuel to get high. Don’t do this. “My car is full of fuel” means I’m ...
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Is it correct to say "the crow had the idea of putting stones into the pot to make the water rise up"?

had the idea to {verb} and had the idea of {verbing} are both well-attested, though not in the context of crows. You can search Google with the phrases "had the idea to" and "had the ...
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Do you say "my car is high on fuel" as a counterpart of "my car is low on fuel"?

While this is only slightly different than one of the other answers, I think "I've got a full tank" is the most-used phrase, at least as far as I've heard. If you wanted to specifically ...
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