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"Large" is an adjective which is often translated as "grande", and "huge" is an adjective which is often translated as "enorme". Learn more about the difference between "large" and "huge" below.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (in size)
a. grande
I need a large work space that can accommodate all my tools.Yo necesito un espacio de trabajo grande, en el que quepan todas mis herramientas.
2. (in quantity)
a. grande
We bought timber in large quantities.Compramos madera en grandes cantidades.
b. numeroso
There was a large group of people waiting outside.Había un grupo numeroso de gente esperando fuera.
3. (in importance)
a. importante
Music played a large part in his life.La música tuvo un papel importante en su vida.
4. (in scope)
a. amplio
The event received large coverage by the media.El evento recibió amplia cobertura en los medios de comunicación.
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
5. (clothing size)
a. talla grande
I'm usually a large, but this jacket is really big on me.Normalmente soy talla grande, pero esta chamarra me queda muy grande.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (very large)
a. enorme
There is no reason to drive such a huge car if you're usually by yourself.No hay ninguna razón de conducir un coche tan enorme si normalmente estás solo.
b. inmenso
Your arms look huge! Have you been lifting weights?¡Tus brazos se ven inmensos! ¿Has estado levantando pesas?
c. gigante
They moved to a huge house in the suburbs.Se mudaron a una casa gigante en los suburbios.
2. (very important)
a. enorme
I need to go to bed early tonight. I have a huge exam in the morning.Tengo que acostarme temprano esta noche. Tengo un examen enorme por la mañana.
b. astronómico
The policy changes will have a huge impact on the economy.Los cambios en la política tendrán un impacto astronómico en la economía.
c. tremendo
There is a huge soccer game on tonight. We have to watch!Hay un tremendo partido de fútbol esta noche. ¡Hay que verlo!
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