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1    big, bulky, colossal, elephantine, enormous, extensive, gigantic, ginormous     (informal)   huge, humongous or humungous     (U.S. slang)   immense, large, mammoth, prodigious, stellar     (informal)   stupendous, tremendous, vast, voluminous  
2    extended, lengthy, long, prolonged, protracted  
3    big-time     (informal)   capital, chief, grand, head, lead, leading, main, major, major league     (informal)   paramount, primary, principal, prominent, superior  
4    considerable, decided, excessive, extravagant, extreme, grievous, high, inordinate, prodigious, pronounced, serious     (informal)   strong  
5    consequential, critical, crucial, grave, heavy, important, momentous, serious, significant, weighty  
6    celebrated, distinguished, eminent, exalted, excellent, famed, famous, glorious, illustrious, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, prominent, remarkable, renowned, superb, superlative, talented, world-class  
7    august, chivalrous, dignified, distinguished, exalted, fine, glorious, grand, heroic, high-minded, idealistic, impressive, lofty, magnanimous, noble, princely, sublime  
8    active, devoted, enthusiastic, keen, zealous  
9    able, adept, adroit, crack     (slang)   expert, good, masterly, proficient, skilful, skilled  
10      (informal)   admirable, awesome     (slang)   bitchin', boffo     (slang)   brill     (informal)   chillin'     (U.S. slang)   cracking     (Brit. informal)   crucial     (slang)   def     (informal)   dope     (slang)   excellent, fantastic     (informal)   fine, first-rate, good, hunky-dory     (informal)   jim-dandy     (slang)   marvellous     (informal)   mean     (slang)   mega     (slang)   sovereign, superb, terrific     (informal)   the dog's bollocks     (taboo slang)   topping     (Brit. slang)   tremendous     (informal)   wonderful  
11    absolute, arrant, complete, consummate, downright, egregious, flagrant, out-and-out, perfect, positive, thoroughgoing, thundering     (informal)   total, unmitigated, unqualified, utter  
1    diminutive, little, small  
5    inconsequential, inconsiderable, insignificant, petty, trivial, unimportant  
6    average, inferior, poor, secondary, second-rate, undistinguished, unnotable  
7    base, ignoble, inhumane, hateful, mean, unkind  
9    inexperienced, unskilled, untrained  
10    bad, terrible, weak  
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grate, greatly, greatness, greet

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acronym for "great"
have a great time; enjoy oneself
name given to the Great Lakes Storm of 1913
term coined by the James Bond movie, meaning that a great danger will come for Bond to overcome
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watch a great number of episodes from the same television series in a row
portmanteau word: binge (excessive consumption of something) + watching
a lot; very much; in a great quantity; endlessly
[Fig.] E.g. love someone to the moon and back=love someone very much
to concentrate and to sacrifice
coeur content grand talent
le bonheur permet au talent de s'épanouir
grand parleur est peu consulté
grande chère, petit testament
à grand pêcheur échappe aiguille
aux grands jours, les grands froids
en grande pauvreté ne gît pas grande loyauté
à bernières sur la mer fut prise la grande baleine
grande honte à qui châtie autrui et soi_même à châtier oublie
dieu est grand, mais la forêt est encore plus grande
celui qui accomplit de grandes choses ne réchigne pas devant de menues dépenses
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