Definition of whopping in English:

whopping

Syllabification: whop·ping
Pronunciation: /ˈ(h)wäpiNG
 
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adjective

informal
Very large: a whopping $74 million loss [as submodifier]: a whopping big party
More example sentences
  • What a huge whopping lie, I thought with self-derision.
  • The sun is expected to survive for a whopping 10 million years, while massive stars live to be a mere 3 million years old because they burn up so fast.
  • I think my two favourite characters were Yoda, and the whopping big lizard that Obi-Wan was riding.

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