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huge

adjective uk   /hjuːdʒ/ us  
B1 extremely large in size or amount: They live in a huge house. The costs involved in building a spacecraft are huge. A huge number of people attended. His last three movies have all been huge successes.
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in Korean 거대한…
in Arabic ضَخِم…
in French énorme…
in Turkish devasa, kocamak, çok büyük…
in Italian enorme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大的,龐大的…
in Russian огромный…
in Polish ogromny, olbrzymi…
in Spanish enorme…
in Portuguese imenso, enorme…
in German riesig…
in Catalan enorme…
in Japanese とても大きな, 巨大な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的,庞大的…
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