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giant

noun /ˈdʒaiənt/ ( feminine giantess)
(in fairy stories etc) a huge person
gigante; giganta
Jack met a giant when he climbed the beanstalk.
a person of unusually great height and size
gigante; giganta
Stan was a giant of a man.
a person of very great ability or importance
gigante, as; giganta, as
Einstein is one of the giants of twentieth-century science.
(Definition of giant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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