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  1. large in amount, size, or degree: an enormous great hole. The issue is of great importance to voters. The improvement in water standards over the last 50 years has been very great. A great many people would agree. The great majority of (= almost all) people would agree.

  2. 1. a. : notably large in size : huge. all creatures great and small. b. : of a kind characterized by relative largenessused in plant and animal names. the great horned owl. c. : elaborate, ample.

  3. BIG. A2. large in amount, size, or degree. grande. an enormous great hole. The issue is of great importance to voters. The improvement in water standards over the last 50 years has been very great. A great many people would agree. The great majority of (= almost all) people would agree.

  4. large in amount, size, or degree: an enormous great hole. The issue is of great importance to voters. The improvement in water standards over the last 50 years has been very great. A great many people would agree. The great majority of (= almost all) people would agree.

  5. Definition of great. 1. as in good. having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor one of the great anthropologists. Synonyms & Similar Words.

  6. being such in an extreme or notable degree: great friends; a great talker. exceptionally outstanding; notable ; remarkable : a great occasion. highly significant or consequential; important : the great issues in American history.

  7. In reference to the size and extent of concrete objects, great is highly formal and even poetic, suggesting also that the object is notable or imposing, large is only somewhat formal, and big is the most general and most colloquial word: a great oak; a large tree; a big tree; great plains; a large field; a big field.