Great - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- of major significance or importance (syn: outstanding)
- remarkable or out of the ordinary in degree or magnitude or effect
- very good (syn: bang- up, bully, corking, cracking, dandy, keen, neat, nifty, old, peachy, slap- up, smashing, swell)
- uppercase (syn: capital, majuscule)
- in an advanced stage of pregnancy (syn: big, enceinte, expectant, gravid, heavy, large)
All creatures great and small
The project will require a great amount of time and money.
The building was restored at great expense.
A great quantity of fish
The low cost of these products gives them great appeal.
There is a very great need for reform.
They're in no great hurry to finish.
There is a great demand for his services.
An actress of great charm
Is there any love greater than that between parent and child?
We had some problems at first, but now things are going just great.
Keep up the good work. You're doing great!
The search for the great is useless.
His name written in great.
The movie was a great success.