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(形容词) 
Definition
of great or considerable size, weight, number, or capacity
Australia's a big country.
同义词
large
He was a large man with a thick square head.
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great
a great hall as long and high as a church
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huge
Several painters were working on a huge piece of canvas.
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giant
a giant oak table
a giant step towards unification
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massive
a massive steam boat
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vast
farmers who own vast stretches of land
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enormous
an enormous dust cloud blocking out the sun
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considerable
We have already spent a considerable amount of money on repairs.
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substantial
That is a very substantial improvement in the current situation.
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extensive
The blast caused extensive damage.
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immense
an immense cloud of smoke
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spacious
The house has a spacious kitchen and dining area.
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gigantic
The road is bordered by gigantic rocks.
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monumental (informal)
It had been a monumental blunder to give him the assignment.
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mammoth
The mammoth undertaking was completed in 18 months.
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bulky
a bulky man with balding hair
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colossal
A colossal statue stands in the square.
The task they face is colossal.
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stellar (informal)
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prodigious
This business generates cash in prodigious amounts.
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ponderous
a huge, ponderous vehicle
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voluminous
She was swathed in a voluminous cloak.
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elephantine
His legs were elephantine, his body obese.
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ginormous (informal)
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humongous or humungous (informal)
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sizable or sizeable
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supersize
反义词
, , ,
mini
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pint-sized (informal)
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pocket-sized
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pygmy or pigmy
(形容词) 
Definition
having great significance
Her problem was just too big for her to tackle on her own.
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important
an important economic challenge to the government
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serious
I regard this as a serious matter.
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significant
It is the first drug that seems to have a significant effect on this disease.
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grave
He says the situation in his country is very grave.
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urgent
There is an urgent need for food and water.
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big-time (informal)
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far-reaching
far-reaching reforms on human rights
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momentous
the momentous decision to send in the troops
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major league (informal)
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weighty
Surely such weighty matters merit a higher level of debate?
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
important through having power, wealth, etc.
Their father was very big in the army.
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powerful
You're a powerful woman – people will listen to you.
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important
an important figure in the media world
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prime
Political stability is a prime concern.
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principal
Their principal concern is that of winning the next election.
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prominent
a prominent member of the Law Society
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dominant
She was a dominant figure in the film industry.
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influential
one of the most influential books ever written
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paramount
The welfare of the children must be of paramount importance.
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eminent
an eminent public figure
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puissant
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skookum (Canadian)
(形容词) 
They use a lot of big words.
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difficult
It was a very difficult decision to make.
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learned
He is a serious scholar, a genuine learned man.
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formal
an elevated and formal style
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complicated
The political situation in this region is very complicated.
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scholarly
He was an intellectual, scholarly man.
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erudite
I found him a charming and erudite companion.
(形容词) 
Definition
grown-up
He's a big boy now.
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grown-up
Her grown-up children are all doing well in their chosen careers.
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adult
a pair of adult birds
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grown
Dad, I'm a grown woman. I know what I'm doing.
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mature
Here is the voice of a mature man, expressing sorrow for a lost ideal.
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full-grown
a full-grown male orang-utan
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
generous
They describe him as an idealist with a big heart.
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generous
He was not generous enough to congratulate his successor.
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good
It's very good of you to help out at such short notice.
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noble
He was an upright and noble man.
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benevolent
a most benevolent employer
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altruistic
motives that are not entirely altruistic
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unselfish
As a player he was unselfish, a true team man.
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magnanimous
He was a man capable of magnanimous gestures.
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big-hearted
a bluff, big-hearted Irishman
(形容词) 
Definition
extravagant
同义词
boastful
I am not afraid of seeming boastful.
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proud
She has a reputation for being proud and arrogant.
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arrogant
an air of arrogant indifference
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bragging
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pompous
She winced at his pompous phraseology.
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pretentious
He talked a lot of pretentious twaddle about modern art.
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conceited
I thought him conceited and arrogant.
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haughty
She spoke in a haughty tone.

引文

The bigger they come, the harder they fall [Robert Fitzsimmons]

其他同义词

in the sense of adult
Definition
having reached maturity
a pair of adult birds
同义词
fully grown,
of age,
fully fledged,
fully developed,
full grown
in the sense of altruistic
motives that are not entirely altruistic
in the sense of arrogant
Definition
having an exaggerated opinion of one's own importance or ability
an air of arrogant indifference
同义词
swaggering,
stuck up (informal),
blustering,
egotistical,
high and mighty (informal),
bigheaded (informal),
uppish (British, informal),
too big for your boots or breeches

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