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size

noun
 
 
/saɪz/
HOW BIG [C, U] A2 how big or small something is: It's an area about the size of Oxford. The size of some of those trees is incredible (= they are very large).General words for size and amountMeasurements in general
MEASURE [C] A2 one of the different measurements in which things, for example clothes, food containers, etc are made: a size 10 skirt What size shoes do you take? I usually buy the 1.5 litre size. →  See also all shapes and sizes General words for size and amountMeasurements in general
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