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English definition of “good”

good

adjective [not gradable] (LARGE)   /ɡʊd/
large in number or amount: We had to walk a good way in the airport to reach our gate. There was a good-sized crowd on hand. There was a good deal of (= a lot of) discussion about how much the car was worth.
(Definition of good adjective (LARGE) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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