Meaning of high-centring in English:

high-centring

(US high-centering)

Pronunciation /hʌɪˈsɛnt(ə)rɪŋ/

noun

US
  • Of the chassis of a vehicle: the action of becoming stuck on a high centre, uneven ground, or on any obstacle on a road, track, etc., with the wheels raised off the ground or unable to gain traction.

Origin

1940s. From high centre or high-centre + -ing.