HyperDic: gran

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra gran:
ADJETIVOallgran, grandeabove average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent
allgran, granderemarkable or out of the ordinary in degree or magnitude / magnitude or effect
allgran, distinguido, eminente(used of persons) standing above others in character or attainment or reputation
allgran, destacado, grande, importante, prominenteconspicuous in position or importance
allgran, grandesignificant / significant / significant / significant
allgran, destacado, grande, importante, influyentehaving authority or ascendancy or influence
allgran, grande, incalculableof an incalculable amount
allgran, fuerte, grande, terriblevery intense
allgran, bárbaro, bestial, brutal, chachi, enorme, fenomenal, genial, guay, súpervery good
allgran, excelente, grande, magníficoof the highest quality
allgranvery intense
allgran, grandeloud and firm
NOMBREperson gran, abuela, abuelita, abuelo, abue, nana, nan, tata, yayathe mother of your father or mother
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SentidoAbove average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent.
Sinónimogrande
Cualidad demedida, tamañoThe physical magnitude of something (how big it is)
Específicoa gran escala, extensísimo, extensounusually large in scope
abultado, aparatosa, aparatoso, voluminosoOf large size for its weight
amplio, ancho, espacioso, vastoVery large in expanse or scope
amplioFairly large
astronómica, astronómico, galácticoinconceivably large
colosal, descomunal, enorme, gigantesco, inmenso, tremenda, tremendo, vastoextraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree
colosal, descomunal, extraordinario, masivo, monolítico, monumentalimposing in size or bulk or solidity
colosal, gigantesco, prodigiosoSo great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe
colosal, enorme, gigante(used informally) very large
crepadoPuffed out
cósmicoinconceivably extended in space or time
descomunal, elefantino, enorme, gigante, gigantesco, grandioso, mastodónticoOf great mass
descomunal, enorme(British informal) enormous
desmedidolarger than normal for its kind
enorme, grandote, inmenso, oceánico, vastounusually great in size or amount or degree or especially extent or scope
espacioso, grandelarge in capacity
extensolarge in spatial extent or range or scope or quantity
extragrande, extralargoExtra large
gigante, gigantescoSo exceedingly large or extensive as to suggest a giant or mammoth
grande, vastorelatively large in size or number or extent
grandelarge and impressive in physical size or extent
grande, macroscópicoLarge enough to be visible with the naked eye
grueso, pesadoOf great size and bulk
macroVery large in scale or scope or capability
mayorlarge or big relative to something else
monstruosoabnormally large
montañosolike a mountain in size and impressiveness
superExtremely large
titánicoOf great force or power
voluminosolarge in volume or bulk
épico, heroicoVery imposing or impressive
Tambiénalta, altoGreat in vertical dimension
considerable, importantelarge or relatively large in number or amount or extent or degree
Contrariomenudo, pequeñoLimited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent
Ingléslarge, big
Catalángran, llarg
NombresextensiónThe property of having a relatively great size
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Sentidoremarkable or out of the ordinary in degree or magnitude / magnitude or effect.
Sinónimogrande
Generalextraordinaria, extraordinarioBeyond what is ordinary or usual / usual
Inglésgreat
Catalángran
Nombresgrandeza, inmensidadunusual largeness in size or extent or number
Adverbiosenormemente, grandemente, mucho, sumamenteTo an extraordinary extent or degree
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Sentido(used of persons) standing above others in character or attainment or reputation.
Sinónimosdistinguido, eminente
GeneralimportanteOf great significance / significance or value
Inglésdistinguished
Catalándistingit, eminent, gran
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Sentidoconspicuous in position or importance.
Sinónimosdestacado, grande, importante, prominente
Generalevidente, obvioobvious to the eye or mind
Inglésbig, large, prominent
Catalándestacat, gran, important, prominent
Nombresimportancia, prominenciarelative importance
importancia, protagonismoThe state of being prominent
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Sentidosignificant / significant / significant / significant.
Sinónimogrande
GeneralimportanteOf great significance / significance or value
Uso decoloquialismo, expresión coloquial, vulgarismoA colloquial expression
Inglésbig
Catalángran
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SentidoHaving authority or ascendancy or influence.
Sinónimosdestacado, grande, importante, influyente
GeneralinfluyenteHaving or exercising influence or power
Inglésauthoritative, important
Catalándestacat, gran, important, influent
Nombresgrandeza, importancia, prestigio, relevanciaA prominent status
Adverbiosautoridad, autoritariamente, autoritativamente, autorizadamente, grandemente, magistralmente, magníficamente, señaladamenteIn an authoritative and magisterial manner
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SentidoOf an incalculable amount.
Sinónimosgrande, incalculable
Inglésuntold, incalculable
Catalángran, incalculable
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SentidoVery intense.
Sinónimosfuerte, grande, terrible
GeneralintensoPossessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree
Inglésbad, big
Catalánfort, gran, terrible
Nombresagudeza, gravedad, seriedad, severidadUsed of the degree of something undesirable e.g. pain or weather
Adverbiosgrandemente, malamente, malWith great intensity ('bad' is a nonstandard variant for 'badly')
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SentidoVery good.
Sinónimosbárbaro, bestial, brutal, chachi, enorme, fenomenal, genial, guay, súper
GeneralbuenoHaving desirable / desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified
Uso decoloquialismo, expresión coloquial, vulgarismoA colloquial expression
Inglésbang-up, bully, corking, cracking, dandy, great, groovy, keen, neat, nifty, not bad, peachy, slap-up, swell, smashing, old
Catalánbestial, brutal, enorme, excel·lent, fantàstic, fenomenal, genial, gran, guai, súper
Adverbiosagudamente, buenamente, entusiastamente, entusiásticamente, genialmente, grandemente, ingeniosamente, ordenadamente, sumamenteIn a dandy manner
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SentidoOf the highest quality.
Sinónimosexcelente, grande, magnífico
GeneralsuperiorOf high or superior quality or performance
Uso decoloquialismo, expresión coloquial, vulgarismoA colloquial expression
Inglésace, A-one, crack, first-rate, super, tiptop, topnotch, top-notch, tops
Catalánexcel·lent, gran, magnífic
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SentidoVery intense.
GeneralintensoPossessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree
Inglésconsuming, overwhelming
Catalángran
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SentidoLoud and firm.
Sinónimogrande
GeneralfuerteCharacterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity
Inglésbig
Catalángran
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SentidoThe mother of your father or mother.
Sinónimosabuela, abuelita, abuelo, abue, nana, nan, tata, yaya
Región deGran Bretaña, Reino, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Reino Unido de la Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Reino Unido, United KingdomA monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles
Específicoabuelita, nanYour grandmother
Generalabuela, abuelo, abuelosA parent of your father or mother
Inglésgrandma, grandmother, granny, grannie, gran, nan, nanna
Catalánàvia, gran, iaia, nana

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