large Thesaurus

EN[lɑːdʒ] [lɑɹdʒ] [-ɑː(ɹ)dʒ]
  • Concept Hierarchy
    1. Nature
      • Energy
        • Sound
          • Music
      • Society
        • Culture
          • Art
            • Music
        • Transport
          • Nautical
          • Art
            • Music
            • Culture
              • Art
                • Music
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              1. fr large
              2. en larger
              3. en largely
              4. en largest
              5. en largeness
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              In English language, we may use similar or another terms like giant, gigantic, stour, great, mickle, largeish, behemothic, big fat, bodacious, brobdingnagian, colossal, cyclopean, elephantine, enormous, expansive, full, gargantuan, gigantesque, ginormous, grand, huge, immense, jumbo, leviathan, long, massive, mega-, overlarge, oversized, pantagruelian, prodigious, pyramidal, rotund, spacious, stupendous, tall, titanic, tremendous, vast, voluminous, humongous or larger than life instead of "large" for writing and conversation. That is, they are the words or phrases that mean exactly or nearly the same as "large".

              Another Words of large

              Generally speaking, this word "large" can be used in several fields like nature and energy, more specifically in sound and music. It may also used in society and culture, more specifically in art and music, etc. used for English conversation and writing.
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              Definiteness: Level 9
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