Definition of huge in English:


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Pronunciation: /hjuːdʒ

adjective (huger, hugest)

Extremely large; enormous: a huge area he made a huge difference to the team
More example sentences
  • From our point of view we are not going to see a huge difference, if anything at all.
  • We had two awesome pit stops by the crew that really made a huge difference to our results.
  • One class was doing it and one not and the difference in the class that did it was huge.
enormous, vast, immense, very large, very big, great, massive, cosmic, colossal, prodigious, gigantic, gargantuan, mammoth, monumental, tremendous, stupendous;
giant, towering, hefty, bulky, weighty, heavy, gross, monstrous, elephantine, mountainous, titanic;
epic, Herculean, Brobdingnagian;
princely, generous, handsome
informal jumbo, mega, monster, whopping, whopping great, thumping, thumping great, humongous, hulking, bumper, almighty, astronomical, astronomic
British informal whacking, whacking great, ginormous


Middle English: shortening of Old French ahuge, of unknown origin.



More example sentences
  • A high profile function is directly proportionate to the hugeness of the lamp in this part of the State.
  • Brian wanted each note to sound ‘as if it was disappearing into the hugeness of the universe’, and - staggeringly enough - that's exactly how it feels.
  • The view of the unbroken forest canopy stretching away to the horizon defies description; it is a vision of a world untroubled by time, a revelation of the hugeness and wholeness of nature.

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