Adjective: большой крупный широкий значительный
Adverb: крупно широко пространно в большом масштабе


large bowel - толстая кишка

a consideration that bulks large in everyone's thinking - соображение, которое начинает доминировать

large box of candies - большая коробка конфет

a large collection of postage stamps - большая коллекция почтовых марок

a large coloured map on thick paper - большая цветная карта на толстой бумаге

convergence in large - сходимость в большом

a large four-cornered sail - большой четырёхугольный парус

delegate at large - полномочный представитель

large-scale distribution - крупномасштабное распространение

two large and finely painted early dishes - два больших прекрасно расписанных старинных блюда

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Ours is a large family. - Наша семья большая.

a large glass of water - большой стакан воды

He hooked a large fish. - Он поймал крупную рыбу.

The garden was large and wild. - Сад был большой и запущенный.

We have a very large product range. - У нас очень большой ассортимент.

The shark is a large fish. - Акула является крупной рыбой.

a large dose of vitamin C - большая доза витамина C

She works for a large firm. - Она работает в большой фирме.

a man given to large talk - человек с пафосной манерой речи

Large companies absorb smaller ones. - Крупные компании поглощают мелкие.

a large garden with fruit trees - большой сад с фруктовыми деревьями

These shirts are all larges. - Все эти рубашки — большого размера.

His nose was large and hooked. - У него был массивный, крючкообразный нос.

The small shop grew into a large firm. - Маленький магазинчик разросся в большую фирму.

A large bird flew overhead. - Над головой пролетела крупная птица.

He offered her a large part in the play. - Он предложил ей большую роль в пьесе.

She had large liquid eyes. - У неё были большие, яркие и чистые глаза.

A large scar marred his face. - Большой шрам исказил /изуродовал/ его лицо.

He has a very large appetite. - У него очень большой аппетит.

Two large wagons trundled by. - Две большие повозки медленно катили рядом.

He ate a large bag of popcorn. - Он съел большой пакет попкорна.

A large hat shadowed her eyes. - Её глаза защищала от солнца огромная шляпа.

a driveway with large iron gates - подъездная дорога с большими железными воротами

He owes me a large sum of money. - Он должен мне большую сумму денег.

His large feet were shod in trainers. - Его большие ноги были обуты в кроссовки.

He touched me for a large sum of money. - Он выклянчил у меня большую сумму денег.

a backhoe with a large scoop - экскаватор с большим ковшом

We carry a very large mortgage. - На нас висит очень большой залог.

a large turnout for the meeting - большая явка на митинг

They are expecting a large vote. - Они ожидают большого количества проголосовавших избирателей.

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Связанные термины:

at large: You use at large to indicate that you are talking in a general way about most of the people mentioned .

in large: as a totality or on a broad scale

large-cap: A large-cap company or stock is a company or stock that is worth over $10 billion .

large it: to enjoy oneself or celebrate in an extravagant way

bulk large: to be or seem important or prominent

Large Black: a heavy black breed of pig with long lop ears : used for crossbreeding

large chunk: A chunk of something is a large amount or large part of it.

large print: text printed in larger text than normal, so as to make it easier to read, esp for visually impaired people

large rival: Your rival is a person, business, or organization who you are competing or fighting against in the same area or for the same things.

large-scale: A large-scale action or event happens over a very wide area or involves a lot of people or things.

large-size: (of clothing, goods, merchandise, etc) of a bigger size than average

large store: A store is a building or part of a building where things are sold . In British English, store is used mainly to refer to a large shop selling a variety of goods, but in American English a store can be any size of shop.

large white: a large white butterfly, Pieris brassicae, with scanty black markings, the larvae of which feed on brassica leaves

loom large: to be very prominent or important

writ large: If you say that something is writ large, you mean that it is very obvious.

large amount: The amount of something is how much there is, or how much you have, need, or get .

large calorie: → calorie (sense 2 )

large deposit: A deposit is a sum of money which is part of the full price of something, and which you pay when you agree to buy it.

large family: A family is a group of people who are related to each other, especially parents and their children.

large-format: of or relating to a camera with an image area of 5 inches by 4 inches or more

large-handed: generous ; profuse

large-hearted: kind; sympathetic

large-minded: generous or liberal in attitudes

large-souled: kind ; sympathetic

by and large: You use by and large to indicate that a statement is mostly but not completely true .

large audience: The audience of a writer or artist is the people who read their books or look at their work.

large employer: Your employer is the person or organization that you work for.

large intestine: the part of the alimentary canal consisting of the caecum, colon, and rectum . It extracts moisture from food residues, which are later excreted as faeces

large majority: The majority of people or things in a group is more than half of them.

large as life: said to mean that you have found someone in a place, especially a place where they are not supposed to be. The usual expression in American English is big as life .

large percentage: A percentage is a fraction of an amount expressed as a particular number of hundredths of that amount.

large population: The population of a country or area is all the people who live in it.

large proportion: A proportion of a group or an amount is a part of it.

to loom large: If something, especially a problem or worry looms large, it occupies a lot of your thoughts and seems important.

as large as life: real and living

large-leaved lime: an ornamental European tree with small pale yellow flowers and which grown on lime-rich soils

Large Munsterlander: a strongly built gun dog with a long dense black-and-white coat

large-print book: a book where the text is printed in larger text than normal, so as to make it easier to read, esp for visually impaired people

ambassador-at-large: an ambassador with special duties who may be sent to more than one government

congressman-at-large: (in the US) a member of the House of Representatives who was elected by the voters of an entire state as opposed to the voters of a single Congressional district

Large Hadron Collider: a particle accelerator at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics near Geneva, containing a circular underground tunnel 27km (16.8 miles) in circumference, around which two streams of hadrons are sent in opposite directions before being brought together in a high-energy collision

large-scale immigration: Immigration is the coming of people into a country in order to live and work there.

large-scale integration: the process of integrating several thousand circuits on a single silicon chip

law of large numbers: the fundamental statistical result that the average of a sequence of n identically distributed independent random variables tends to their common mean as n tends to infinity, whence the frequency of the occurrence of an event in n independent repetitions of an experiment tends to its probability

very large crude carrier: See VLCC

large-leaved cucumber tree: a round-headed tree, Magnolia macrophylla, of the southeastern U.S., having soft, hairy leaves from 1 to 3 ft. (30 to 90 cm) long, fragrant, cup-shaped, creamy-white flowers with a purplish base which are from 10 to 12 in. (25 to 30 cm) wide, and rose-colored, round fruit

very large-scale integration: the process of fabricating a few thousand logic gates or more in a single integrated circuit

in large measure in some measure: If something is true in some measure or in large measure, it is partly or mostly true.

on a large (or small, etc.) scale: to a relatively large (or small, etc.) degree or extent

calorie: Calories are units used to measure the energy value of food. People who are on diets try to eat food that does not contain many calories.

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Однокоренные слова:

enlarge - увеличивать, увеличиваться, расширять, расширяться, распространяться, укрупнять
largely - в значительной степени, щедро, обильно, в широком масштабе, на широкую ногу
largeness - большой размер, великодушие, широта взглядов, величие духа
larger - больший, больше
largish - довольно большой, великоватый
overlarge - огромный, непомерно большой

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