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titanic

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adjective ti·tan·ic \tī-ˈta-nik also tə-\

Simple Definition of titanic

  • : very great in size, force, or power

Full Definition of titanic

  1. :  having great magnitude, force, or power :  colossal <a titanic struggle>

ti·tan·i·cal·ly play \-ni-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of titanic

  1. They put up a titanic struggle.

  2. The batter hit a titanic home run.



Origin of titanic

Greek titanikos of the Titans


First Known Use: 1709


TITANIC Defined for Kids

titanic

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adjective ti·tan·ic \tī-ˈta-nik\

Definition of titanic

  1. :  enormous in size, force, or power





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