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great

Definitions by Oxford


[ɡreɪt], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average
(e.g: the article was of great interest)

- of ability, quality, or eminence considerably above average
(e.g: the great Italian conductor)

- used before a noun to emphasize a particular description of someone or something
(e.g: I was a great fan of Hank's)

- (in names of family relationships) denoting one degree further removed upwards or downwards
(e.g: great-aunt)

- (of two people) on very close or intimate terms
(e.g: one of the boys was very great with her)


Phrases:
- Great Scott!
- a great one for
- great and small
- the great and the good
- to a great extent

Origin:
Old English grēat ‘big’, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch groot and German gross


[ɡreɪt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- an important or distinguished person
(e.g: the Beatles, Bob Dylan, all the greats)



Phrases:
- Great Scott!
- a great one for
- great and small
- the great and the good
- to a great extent

Origin:


[ɡreɪt], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- very well; excellently
(e.g: we played awful, they played great)


Phrases:
- Great Scott!
- a great one for
- great and small
- the great and the good
- to a great extent

Origin:







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