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life-size also: life-sized Pronunciation: / -d /
American English: /ˈlaɪf ˈˌsaɪz/

Translation of life-size in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • About 125 years later, the town erected an enormous, life-sized model of the squid, so that all who look upon it might be awestruck.
    • It is a life-sized statue of the Pharaoh in the customary royal striding position, wearing the royal head-cloth nemes and holding a mace in one hand.
    • Visitors can sit and pray in a makeshift chapel that features a life-sized statue of Mother Teresa sitting in the ground in a corner, hunched over in prayer.

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