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English Definition
    adjective
  1. large, big: above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent "a large city", "set out for the big city", "a large sum", "a big (or large) barn", "a large family", "big businesses", "a big expenditure", "a large number of newspapers", "a big group of scientists", "large areas of the world" Antonym: little
  2. big: significant "graduation was a big day in his life"
  3. bad, big: very intense "a bad headache", "in a big rage", "had a big (or bad) shock", "a bad earthquake", "a bad storm"
  4. big: loud and firm "a big voice", "big bold piano sounds"
  5. big, large, prominent: conspicuous in position or importance "a big figure in the movement", "big man on campus", "he's very large in financial circles", "a prominent citizen"
  6. big, heavy: prodigious "big spender", "big eater", "heavy investor"
  7. boastful, braggart, bragging, braggy, big, cock-a-hoop, crowing, self-aggrandizing, self-aggrandising: exhibiting self-importance "big talk"
  8. big, swelled, vainglorious: feeling self-importance "too big for his britches", "had a swelled head", "he was swelled with pride"
  9. adult, big, full-grown, fully grown, grown, grownup: (of animals) fully developed "an adult animal", "a grown woman"
  10. big: marked by intense physical force "a big wind"
  11. big, large, magnanimous: generous and understanding and tolerant "a heart big enough to hold no grudges", "that's very big of you to be so forgiving", "a large and generous spirit", "a large heart", "magnanimous toward his enemies"
  12. big, bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, freehanded, handsome, giving, liberal, openhanded: given or giving freely "was a big tipper", "the bounteous goodness of God", "bountiful compliments", "a freehanded host", "a handsome allowance", "Saturday's child is loving and giving", "a liberal backer of the arts", "a munificent gift", "her fond and openhanded grandfather"
  13. big, enceinte, expectant, gravid, great, large, heavy, with child: in an advanced stage of pregnancy "was big with child", "was great with child"
    adverb
  1. big: extremely well "his performance went over big"
  2. boastfully, vauntingly, big, large: in a boastful manner "he talked big all evening"
  3. big: on a grand scale "think big" Antonym: small
  4. big: in a major way "the play failed big at the box office"
Translation
Not found. Request noted. Other translations below.Chinese dà, fěi, gōng, hóng, kē, kuò, pán, qú, shuò, wěi, yǔ, 俁, 偉, 大, 奜, 廓, 槃, 渠, 碩, 簻, 薖, 觥, 閎, 伟, 俣, 大, 奜, 廓, 渠, 盘, 硕, 簻, 薖, 觥, 闳
Dutch aanzienlijk, excellent, fantastisch, geruim, groot, hoofdstad, hoog, kapitaal, kostelijk, lang, omvangrijk, opgaand, opgeschoten, rijzig, tiptop, tof, uitgebreid, uitmuntend, veelomvattend, verheven, vermogen, voortreffelijk, aanmerkelijk
French grand
German groЯ, gross
Greekμεγάλος
Indonesian besar
Italian grande
Japanese oo, oogata, ooinaru, ookii, ookina, おお, おおいなる, おおがた, おおきい, おおきな, ビッグ, 大, 大いなる, 大きい, 大きな, 大型, 大形, 巨いなる, 巨なる
Korean
Malay besar
Norwegian stor
Polish duży
Portuguese gran
Russian важный, высокомерный, крупный, обширный, большой
Serbian trudna, vazan, veliki, krupan
Spanish grande, gran
Swahili kubwa
Swedish stor