(very large: a huge dog; a huge sum of money; Their new house is huge.) enorme
- hugely
huge adj enorme
1 enorme, inmenso,-a
a huge undertaking una empresa gigantesca
a huge success un exitazo, un éxito rotundo
huge ['hju:ʤ] adj, huger ; hugest : inmenso, enorme
hugely adv
desaforado, -a adj.
descomunal adj.
disforme adj.
enorme adj.
garrafal adj.
grande adj.
ingente adj.
inmenso, -a adj.
monstruoso, -a adj.
adjective <building/person> enorme, inmenso, gigantesco; <sum> astronómico, enorme; <response> tremendo

it was a huge success — fue un exitazo (fam)

(compar huger) (superl hugest) ADJ [person, building, thing] enorme, inmenso; [bill, sum of money, investment] enorme, astronómico *; [increase, problem, difference] enorme, tremendo

huge amounts of — enormes cantidades de

huge numbers of — gran número de

they are making a huge profit — están sacando enormes beneficios or beneficios astronómicos

the result was human suffering on a huge scale — el resultado fue sufrimiento humano en proporciones gigantescas

to be a huge success — tener un éxito enorme, ser todo un éxito

* * *
adjective <building/person> enorme, inmenso, gigantesco; <sum> astronómico, enorme; <response> tremendo

it was a huge success — fue un exitazo (fam)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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