Huge - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |hjuːdʒ|  American pronunciation of the word huge
Brit.  |hjuːdʒ|  British pronunciation of the word huge


- unusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope (syn: immense, vast)
huge government spending
huge country estates
huge popular demand for higher education
a huge wave

Extra examples

Renovating the house is a huge undertaking.

The store is having a huge sale tomorrow.

Your room's huge compared to mine.

These shoes make my feet look huge.

The play was a huge success.

The new system has made a huge difference.

David Hasselhoff is huge in Germany.

The shelter stores huge cans of water for an emergency

Our New Year's Eve party was a huge success.

The book had a huge impact when it first came out.

Huge volumes of park visitors come through every weekend.

The company has run up huge debts.

...that manual lawn mower is not a very efficient tool for doing a huge yard...

...that huge belt buckle only emphasizes his big gut...

The restoration of the old theater is a huge undertaking.

Word forms

comparative: huger
superlative: hugest
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