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hugeadjective [-er/-est only]

 us   /hjudʒ/
extremelylarge in ​size or ​amount: a huge ​forest a huge ​parking lot They made huge ​profits in ​realestate.
hugely
adverb  us   /ˈhjudʒ·li, ˈjudʒ-/
Their ​business has been hugely ​successful.
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"huge" in British English

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hugeadjective

uk   /hjuːdʒ/  us   /hjuːdʒ/
B1 extremelylarge in ​size or ​amount: They ​live in a huge ​house. The ​costsinvolved in ​building a ​spacecraft are huge. A huge ​number of ​peopleattended. His last three ​movies have all been huge successes.

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(Definition of huge from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “huge”
in Korean 거대한…
in Arabic ضَخِم…
in Malaysian sangat besar…
in French énorme…
in Russian огромный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大的,龐大的…
in Italian enorme…
in Turkish devasa, kocamak, çok büyük…
in Polish ogromny, olbrzymi…
in Spanish enorme…
in Vietnamese khổng lồ…
in Portuguese imenso, enorme…
in Thai ใหญ่โต…
in German riesig…
in Catalan enorme…
in Japanese とても大きな, 巨大な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的,庞大的…
in Indonesian besar…
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