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great

adjective (BIG)
大的
 
 
/ɡreɪt/
large in amount, size or degree
大量的;巨大的;强烈的
an enormous great hole
巨大的洞
A great crowd had gathered outside the President's palace.
一大群人聚集在总统官邸外面。
The improvement in water standards over the last 50 years has been very great.
过去50年中,水质有了很大的提高。
A great many people would agree.
很多人会表示赞同。
The great majority of (= Almost all) people would agree.
绝大多数人都会表示赞同。
formal It gives us great pleasure to announce the engagement of our daughter Maria.
我们非常高兴地宣布我们的女儿玛丽亚订婚了。
formal It is with great sorrow that I inform you of the death of our director.
我万分悲痛地通知您我们院长逝世的消息。
I have great sympathy for you.
我对你深表同情。
I spent a great deal of time there.
我在那儿度过了很长时间。
Big and quite bigEnormous
[before noun] used in names, especially to mean large or important
(用在名称中,尤用于表示大或重要)大
a Great Dane (= large type of dog)
大丹犬
Catherine the Great
叶卡捷琳娜大帝(指叶卡捷琳娜二世)
the Great Wall of China
中国长城
the Great Bear (= group of stars)
大熊星座
Big and quite bigEnormous
greatness
 
 
/ˈɡreɪt.nəs/ noun [U]
skill and importance
伟大;卓著;杰出
Her greatness as a writer is unquestioned.
她是一名伟大的作家,这无可置疑。
Skill, talent and ability
(Definition of great adjective (BIG) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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