giant

giant
1. feminine - giantess; noun
1) ((in fairy stories etc) a huge person: Jack met a giant when he climbed the beanstalk.) gigante; giganta
2) (a person of unusually great height and size.) gigante; giganta
3) (a person of very great ability or importance: Einstein is one of the giants of twentieth-century science.) gigante, as; giganta, as

2. adjective
(of unusually great height or size: a giant cod; a giant fern.) gigante, gigantesco, descomunal
giant1 adj enorme
a giant helping of ice cream una enorme ración de helado
giant2 n gigante
the giant and the princess el gigante y la princesa
giant
tr['ʤaɪənt]
noun
1 gigante,-a
adjective
1 gigante, gigantesco,-a
giant ['ʤaɪənt] adj
: gigante, gigantesco, enorme
giant n
: gigante m, -ta f
giant
adj.
gigante adj.
gigantesco, -a adj.
n.
gigante s.m.

I 'dʒaɪənt
noun gigante, -ta m,f

he was a giant of a man — era un gigantón (fam)

an intellectual giant — una lumbrera


II
adjective (before n) <organization> gigantesco; <insect> gigante, gigantesco; <stride> gigantesco, enorme
['dʒaɪǝnt]
1. N
1) (physically) gigante(-a) m / f
2) (fig) (in importance, power) gigante m

Sol, the computer giant — Sol, líder en ordenadores

he was a giant among actors — como actor fue un coloso

2.
ADJ [tree, star] gigantesco; [animal, insect, bird, plant] gigante; [portion] gigantesco, enorme; [packet] gigante, familiar; [strides] de gigante
3.
CPD

giant panda N — panda mf gigante

giant slalom N — slalom m gigante

* * *

I ['dʒaɪənt]
noun gigante, -ta m,f

he was a giant of a man — era un gigantón (fam)

an intellectual giant — una lumbrera


II
adjective (before n) <organization> gigantesco; <insect> gigante, gigantesco; <stride> gigantesco, enorme

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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