huge
huge
adjective
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.
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!
huge
adjective
1. (general) 
a. enorme, inmenso(a) 
huge [hjuːdʒ] huger (comparative)hugest (superlative)
adjective
[+person, building, thing] enorme; inmenso; [+bill, sum of money, investment] enorme; astronómico (informal); [+increase, problem, difference] enorme; tremendo
One more huge [effort] is needed. they sell a huge range of goods
huge amounts of enormes cantidades de
huge amounts of arms are entering the country he has siphoned off huge quantities of public money for the scheme
huge numbers of gran número de; they are making a huge profit están sacando enormes beneficios or beneficios astronómicos; the result was human suffering on a huge scale el resultado fue sufrimiento humano en proporciones gigantescas
to be a huge success tener un éxito enorme; ser todo un éxito
person, book, film
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