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Polish translation of “great”

great

adjective
 
 
/ɡreɪt/
EXCELLENT A1 very good
świetny
We had a great time. I've had a great idea!Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very good
IMPORTANT B2 important or famous
wielki
a great statesman/novelistImportanceUseful or advantageous
LARGE A2 large in amount, size, or degree
wielki
a great crowd of peopleBig and quite bigEnormous
EXTREME B1 extreme
wielki
great success/difficultyVery and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
great big/long, etc B2 very big/long, etc
bardzo wielki/długi itp.
I gave her a great big hug.Big and quite bigEnormousVery and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
a great many a large number
mnóstwo
Big and quite bigEnormous
greatness noun [U] B2
wielkość
→ See also go to great lengths to do sth, set great store by sth, the best/greatest thing since sliced bread
(Definition of great adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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