Synonyms of large in English:

large

adjective

  • 1 a large house large numbers of people
    towering, tall, high;
    mighty, voluminous;
    king-size(d), economy-size(d), family-size(d), man-size(d), giant-size(d)
    [Antonyms] small
  • 3 a large supply of wool
    [Antonyms] meager
  • 4 the measure has large economic implications
    wide-reaching, far-reaching, wide, sweeping, large-scale, broad, extensive, comprehensive, exhaustive
    [Antonyms] trivial
  • Word links

    macro-, mega- forming words referring to large entities, structures, etc., such as macromolecule (‘a molecule containing a very large number of atoms’) and megastore (‘a very large retail store’)

    Phrases

    at large

  • 1.1 fourteen criminals are still at large
    at liberty, free, loose, on the loose, on the run, fugitive, on the lam
  • 2.1 society at large
    as a whole, generally, in general
  • by and large

    the children, by and large, treated him well
    on the whole, generally, in general, all things considered, all in all, for the most part, in the main, as a rule, overall, almost always, mainly, mostly;
    on average, on balance

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