Meaning of “huge” in the English Dictionary

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"huge" in British English

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hugeadjective

uk /hjuːdʒ/ us /hjuːdʒ/

B1 extremely large in size or amount:

They live in a huge house.
The costs involved in building a spacecraft are huge.
A huge number of people attended.
His last three movies have all been huge successes.

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  • A huge crack went from the top to the bottom of the wall.
  • Modern computers can hold huge amounts of information.
  • I had a huge lunch, so I'll only need a snack for dinner.
  • A huge cloud of dense smoke stretched across the horizon.
  • There were two huge oil refineries on the coast.

(Definition of “huge” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"huge" in American English

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hugeadjective [ -er/-est only ]

us /hjudʒ/

extremely large in size or amount:

a huge forest
a huge parking lot
They made huge profits in real estate.
hugely
adverb us /ˈhjudʒ·li, ˈjudʒ-/

Their business has been hugely successful.

(Definition of “huge” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)