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large
British English: /lɑːdʒ/
American English: /lɑrdʒ/

Translation of large in French:

adjective

  • 1 (big)
    (area, car, city, feet, house) (before n)
    (appetite, piece, fruit, hand, nose, eye)
    to take a large size
    prendre une grande taille
    to grow ou get large
  • 4 (extensive)
    (selection, range, choice) (before n)
    in large measure, to a large extent on a large scale
    (plan, demolish, reorganize)
    sur une grande échelle
    (emigrate, desert)
    en grand nombre

also: at large adjective phrase

  • 1 (free)
    (prisoner, killer)
    en liberté

Idioms

by and large

de façon générale, en général

larger than life

(character, personality)

he turned up two days later as large as life

il a réapparu deux jours plus tard bien vivant

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