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largeadjective

uk   /lɑːdʒ/  us   /lɑːrdʒ/
A2 big in size or amount: a large house the world's largest computer manufacturer We need a larger car. We didn't expect such a large number of people to attend the concert. We've made good progress, but there's still a large amount of work to be done. There was a larger-than-expected fall in unemployment last month. Researchers have just completed the largest-ever survey of criminal behaviour in the UK The population faces starvation this winter without large-scale emergency food aid.
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largeverb

uk   /lɑːdʒ/  us   /lɑːrdʒ/
larging it UK informal enjoying yourself very much by dancing and drinking alcohol: We were larging it at a club last night.
Translations of “large”
in Arabic كَبير…
in Korean 큰…
in Malaysian besar…
in French grand, gros…
in Turkish büyük, geniş, iri…
in Italian grande…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大的, 大規模的, 大量的…
in Russian большой…
in Polish duży…
in Vietnamese rộng, lớn…
in Spanish grande…
in Portuguese grande…
in Thai ใหญ่โต…
in German groß…
in Catalan gran…
in Japanese 大きい…
in Indonesian besar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大的, 大规模的, 大量的…
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