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Big can describe things that are tall, wide, massive, or plentiful. It’s a synonym of words such as large, great, and huge, describing something as being notably high in number or scale in some way. Real-life examples: The Grand Canyon is a big hole in the ground.What are some synonyms for "large?"
Some common synonyms of huge are colossal, enormous, gigantic, immense, mammoth, and vast. While all these words mean "exceedingly large," huge commonly suggests an immensity of bulk or amount.What is the definition of "big?"
adjective. ['ˈbɪg'] above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent. How do you pronounce big? Pronounce big as bɪg.