Such was the case with an ambitious project undertaken by the Allies in World War II: building gargantuan ships out of ice.
a problem of gargantuan proportions
a big fish
Part of the charm of a big city lies in the variety of styles that can be seen in the architecture of its buildings.
According to a study, big women are more prone to have twins.
You should stockpile necessary supplies in case of a big earthquake.
She bought him a camera that was too big to fit in his shirt pocket.
Our negotiations to lower export taxes suffered a big setback.
In city after city, big public meetings were held.
The pressures of supporting a big family are beginning to catch up with him.
A big bomb fell, and a great many people lost their lives.
The buying and selling of peoples' personal information is becoming a big issue.
Tom can't forget the time he and Mary had their first big argument.
The theory of the Big Bang was proposed in 1927 and expanded in 1929.
When a big ape emerged from the cave, they got frightened and ran away.
Tom is used to driving a pickup truck, but he's never driven one of those really big trucks.
It must have been something really big for him to strike a triumphant pose like that.
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (big) występuje w zestawach:Gradable and strong adjectives
3. extremely big
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (extremely big) występuje w zestawach:Synonyms for the adjective "big"Synonyms for the adjective "big"
4. very big in size or amount
5. extremely huge
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (extremely huge) występuje w zestawach:new opportunities - intermediate
6. very big
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (very big) występuje w zestawach:Business English - MU, VIII-X
Our ancestors developed massive jaws as a result of constant combat.
Massive amounts of carbon dioxide are generated every day.
I saw massive tank.
In a fight against speculators who are dumping the U.S. currency, central banks of major countries have carried out massive concerted interventions in the market.
This inefficiency is a result of the animal's large body and massive legs and feet, which contribute a sideways motion to its walk.
An earthquake, 8.9 on the Richter scale, hits Japan and causes a massive tsunami.
A massive earthquake of magnitude 8.8 hit the Japanese islands today.
On one hillside we see massive; luxurious houses and on the next hill; slums.
- Their house has 4 floors. - Wow, it is massive.
My neighbour has a massive dog ‐ I think it's a Saint Bernard.
Female turtles lay a massive number of eggs, but not many survive.
The library's building is so massive that many people have trouble finding their way around.
Two people can’t lift this table; it’s massive!
Part of why corn syrup is in everything is because massive corn monocultures have created a surplus that agriculture companies are scrambling to get rid of.
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (massive) występuje w zestawach:angielski synonimy
A building with high ceilings and huge rooms may be less practical than the colorless block of offices that takes its place, but it often fits in well with its surroundings.
Japan's balance of payments has been running a huge surplus for many years.
I was almost deceived by a certain trader's sweet words into making a huge loss.
You're going to fall and sprain your ankle wearing sandals with such huge platforms.
He wore a jaunty coat of chocolate-colored velvet, with diamond buttons, and with two huge pockets which were always filled with bones, dropped there at dinner by his loving mistress.
Never mind that. After all up till now he's stuffed himself on huge profit selling high brand-name goods of no real worth. From now on he can just try his best at honest trade.
When she dumped me, the shock of it was like a huge gong going off and scrambling all my thoughts.
The church we went past crumbled five minutes afterwards due to a huge earthquake and more than a 100 churchgoers were buried alive.
Due to the catastrophe caused by the huge tsunami, damage was sustained by the nuclear reactor as well as explosions at the nuclear power plant.
Actually that I bring a huge volume of reference material with me is a makeshift way of preventing people from disputing my case.
With the development of networks a huge and unprecedented volume of messages flies around the world.
- Oh, just by the way, I proposed to Jane - Just by the way?! Man, it´s huge!
The house isn't huge and it's on about two-thirds of an acre, and when we first bought it I spent several hours every week getting the lawnmower fixed and cutting the lawn, in that order.
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (huge) występuje w zestawach:UNIT 2 - another IV
He left an immense fortune to his children.
ore than 1000 pathways were discovered, showing immense potential for fungi to produce a large variety of natural and bioactive chemicals
This is an immense show.
You'll find it easily, there is an immense palace next to it.
Kate gets her immense confidence form her religious faith and her father.
The distance between Poland and Japan is immense
Shouldn't we make our fields - our entire life - an immense work of art in four dimensions?
Facebook is a great empire with a vast population, immense wealth, a charismatic leader, and mind-boggling reach and influence.
The definition of immense is something that is extremely large. An example of immense is The Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is immense.
Christopher has a great knowledge of maths, science. He has an immense aptitudes and abilities for numbers he reads books about science, maths and murder mystery novels and his favourite is The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
You've all learned that in school -- how small the Earth is compared to the immense universe.
This led to immense problems, even sometimes to violence.
have an immense amount of respect for that man. I think he has done an awful lot for this country.
The Excel solution did not deliver the final speed or capacity they needed, but traders started selling several months sooner than if they had to wait for the full big-bang deployment to production, and this had immense business value for the company.
A man with a prodigious moustache greeted us in perfect English.
Maybe you’ll come close to grasping 1UP’s prodigious output
It's too large.
It is hoped that this new policy will create jobs on a large scale.
Many large Japanese companies depend on exports.
Large areas of the ocean are polluted.
Making such a large sale is a feather in the salesman's cap.
The Tatoeba Project, which can be found online at tatoeba.org, is working on creating a large database of example sentences translated into many languages.
Not long ago we heard a father say in the presence of his large family, "I don't want any of my boys to be lawyers."
Large cars use lots of gas.
His large income enabled him to live in comfort.
When their leader died, they placed his body in a large tomb.
Throughout the United State large numbers of young people enter college every year.
The number of Europeans who visit Thailand every year is very large.
In the city, large quantities of garbage are being produced every day.
On large farms, cattle are usually marked with brands.
Large catches of squid are a sign of a coming earthquake.
Angielskie słowo "enormous" (large) występuje w zestawach:changing lives - strong adjectives