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great

adjective
 
/ɡreɪt/
A1 very good
sensacional, ótimo
We had a great time.
A2 large
grande
a great crowd of people A great number of buildings were damaged in the flood.
B1 extreme
extremo
He has great difficulty walking.
important or famous
grande, importante, eminente
a great actor
great big very big
muito grande
He has a great big house.
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