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major

adjective /ˈmeidʒə/
great, or greater, in size, importance etc a major road a major discovery. majority /məˈdʒo-/ noun ( plural majorities) the greater number
mayoría
the majority of people.
the difference between a greater and a smaller number
mayoría
The Democratic Party won by/with a majority of six hundred votes.
major-general noun (often abbreviated to Maj.-Gen.when written) in the British army, (a person of) the rank next below lieutenant-general.
general de división
the age of majority noun legal adulthood (in Britain, eighteen years of age)
mayoría de edad
He has not yet reached the age of majority.
Translations of “major”
in Korean 주요한…
in Arabic مُهِم, كَبير…
in French majeur…
in Italian maggiore, più importante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重要的, 較重要的, 主要的…
in Russian крупный, важный, мажорный…
in Turkish ana, esas, büyük…
in Polish podstawowy, ważny, dur…
in Portuguese principal, importante…
in German bedeutend…
in Catalan important, gran…
in Japanese 主要な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重要的, 较重要的, 主要的…
(Definition of major from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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