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English definition of “large-sized”

large-sized

adjective [before noun] ( also large-size)
 
 
big, or available in a large size: We are a large-sized company with an impressive annual turnover. This catalog caters for the increasing demand for large-sized clothing. →  Compare medium-sized , small-sized
(Definition of large-sized from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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