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Translation of "immense" - English-Spanish dictionary

immense

adjective   /ɪˈmens/
very big inmenso He won an immense amount of money.
(Definition of immense from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

immense

adjective /iˈmens/
very large or very great inmenso an immense forest immense amounts of money.
immensely adverb
inmensamente He’s been immensely successful in his career.
immensity noun
inmensidad The immensity of the problem should not be underestimated.
(Definition of immense from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “immense”
in Korean 막대한…
in Arabic هائل, ضَخْم…
in Malaysian sangat besar…
in French immense…
in Russian огромный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大的,無限的, 非常好,極好…
in Italian immenso, smisurato…
in Turkish muazzam, çok büyük, kocaman…
in Polish ogromny…
in Vietnamese rộng lớn…
in Portuguese imenso…
in Thai มโหฬาร…
in German unermeßlich…
in Catalan immens…
in Japanese 計り知れない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的,无限的, 非常好,极其好…
in Indonesian sangat besar…
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