Huge

  • 1 huge — W2S2 [hju:dʒ] adj ↑huge, ↑tiny [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: ahuge] 1.) extremely large in size, amount, or degree = ↑enormous ▪ a huge dog ▪ huge crowds ▪ Your room s huge compared to mine. ▪ These …

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  • 2 huge´ly — huge «hyooj», adjective, hug|er, hug|est. 1. very, very large; unusually large in size, bulk, or dimensions: »Whales and elephants are huge animals. 2. extremely large in quantity or number: »He won a huge su …

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  • 3 Huge — Huge, a. [Compar. {Huger}; superl. {Hugest}.] [OE. huge, hoge, OF. ahuge, ahoge.] Very large; enormous; immense; excessive; used esp. of material bulk, but often of qualities, extent, etc.; as, a huge ox; a huge space; a huge difference. The huge …

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  • 4 huge — [ hjudʒ ] adjective *** 1. ) extremely large in size: ENORMOUS: She arrived at the airport carrying two huge suitcases. a ) extremely large in number, amount, or degree: Many of today s players earn huge amounts of money from sponsorship and… …

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  • 5 Huge — Título Huge Género Drama Creado por Sasha Paley Reparto Nikki Blonsky Hayley Hasselhoff Gina Torres Paul Dooley Raven Goodwin Ari Stidham Ashley Holliday Harvey Guillen Stefan Van Ray Zander Eckhouse Zoe Jarman Jacob Wysocki Molly Tarlov …

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  • 6 huge — huge·ly; huge·ness; huge·ous; huge; huge·ous·ly; …

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  • 7 Huge — is a word with a common meaning of something being obliquely big, but may also refer to: * Huge (album), the fourth album from alternative rock band Caroline s Spine * Huge cardinal, number in mathematics * The Huge Crew, trio of female bullies… …

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  • 8 huge — huge, vast, immense, enormous, elephantine, mammoth, giant, gigantic, gigantean, colossal, gargantuan, Herculean, cyclopean, titanic, Brobdingnagian are comparable when meaning exceedingly or excessively large. Huge is a rather general term… …

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  • 9 huge'ly — adverb 1. Very 2. Vastly • • • Main Entry: ↑huge …

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  • 10 huge — index capacious, exorbitant, far reaching, formidable, grandiose, gross (flagrant), prodigious (enormo …

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  • 11 huge — mid 12c., apparently aphetic of O.Fr. ahuge, ahoge extremely large, enormous; mighty, powerful, itself of uncertain origin. Expanded form hugeous is attested from early 15c. Related: Hugeness …

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  • 12 huge — [adj] extremely large behemothic, bulky, colossal, cyclopean, elephantine, enormous, extensive, gargantuan, giant, gigantic, great, gross*, humongous, immeasurable, immense, jumbo, leviathan, lusty, magnificent, mammoth, massive, mighty, mondo*,… …

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  • 13 huge — ► ADJECTIVE (huger, hugest) ▪ extremely large. DERIVATIVES hugely noun hugeness noun. ORIGIN shortening of Old French ahuge, of unknown origin …

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  • 14 huge — [hyo͞oj, yo͞oj] adj. huger, hugest [ME < OFr ahuge, ahoge, prob. < a, to + hoge, hill < ON haugr: for IE base see HIGH] 1. very large; gigantic; immense 2. very great, important, powerful, extensive, etc. 3. Informal extremely popular,… …

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  • 15 huge — 01. Last week, a [huge] ship came to San Francisco. It was so big that they could have put the Titanic in one of its storage rooms. 02. The house was being guarded by a [huge] black dog. 03. The Titanic was a [hugely] successful movie, one of the …

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  • 16 huge — hugely, adv. hugeness, n. /hyoohj/ or, often, /yoohj/, adj., huger, hugest. 1. extraordinarily large in bulk, quantity, or extent: a huge ship; a huge portion of ice cream. 2. of unbounded extent, scope, or character; limitless: the huge genius… …

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  • 17 huge — [[t]hju͟ːʤ[/t]] ♦♦ huger, hugest 1) ADJ GRADED Something or someone that is huge is extremely large in size. ...a tiny little woman with huge black glasses... Several painters were working on a huge piece of canvas which would serve as the… …

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  • 18 huge — [[t]hyudʒ[/t]] or, often, [[t]yudʒ[/t]] adj. hug•er, hug•est 1) extraordinarily large in bulk, quantity, or area: a huge ship[/ex] 2) very great: The book was a huge success[/ex] • Etymology: 1225–75; ME huge, hoge < OF ahuge huge′ly, adv.… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 19 huge */*/*/ — UK [hjuːdʒ] / US [hjudʒ] adjective Word forms huge : adjective huge comparative huger superlative hugest 1) a) extremely large in size She arrived at the airport carrying two huge suitcases. b) extremely large in number, amount, or degree Many of …

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  • 20 Hüge — Bernd Dieter Hüge (* 9. Mai 1944 in Königsberg; † 24. Januar 2000) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller aus der DDR. Hüge kam als Kriegsvertriebener nach Schleswig Holstein und besuchte die Schule in Heide. Nach einer Malerlehre und dem Besuch der… …

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