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huge

Pronunciation: /ˈhjuːdʒ/

Translation of huge in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [building/person] enorme, inmenso, gigantesco; [sum] astronómico, enorme; [response] tremendo it was a huge success fue un exitazo [colloquial/familiar]
    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.

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