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Translation of "large" - English-Spanish dictionary

large

adjective   /lɑːdʒ/
A2 big grande a large number of people He won a large amount of money. She comes from quite a large family. →  Opposite small , little adj (1)
(Definition of large from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

large

adjective /ˈlaːdʒ/
great in size, amount etc; not small grande a large number of people a large house a large family This house is too large for two people.
largely adverb
mainly; to a great extent en gran parte, en gran medida This success was largely due to her efforts Our methods have been largely successful.
largeness noun
gran tamaño The largeness of the wardrobe made it difficult to move.
large intestine noun
(anatomy) the lower part of the intestines that absorbs water from digested food and changes it into solid waste matter. intestino grueso
at large
(of prisoners etc) free en libertad, suelto Despite the efforts of the police, the escaped prisoner is still at large.
in general en general the country / the public at large.
(Definition of large from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “large”
in Korean 큰…
in Arabic كَبير…
in Malaysian besar…
in French grand, gros…
in Russian большой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大的, 大規模的, 大量的…
in Italian grande…
in Turkish büyük, geniş, iri…
in Polish duży…
in Vietnamese rộng, lớn…
in Portuguese grande…
in Thai ใหญ่โต…
in German groß…
in Catalan gran…
in Japanese 大きい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大的, 大规模的, 大量的…
in Indonesian besar…
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