Definition of ginormous in English:

ginormous

Line breaks: gi¦nor|mous
Pronunciation: /dʒʌɪˈnɔːməs
 
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adjective

British informal
Extremely large: ginormous piles of rubbish
More example sentences
  • Then, come the year end, I have receipts for five envelopes, two stamps and a computer disk to set against my vast and ginormous tax bill.
  • And an elephant's heart beats really slowly, as it is ginormous.
  • Home of the largest collection of modern art in Europe, as the ginormous banner draped over the outside proudly proclaimed.

Origin

1940s (originally military slang): blend of giant and enormous.

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