Definition of huge
: very large or extensive: such asa : of great size or area huge buildingsb : great in scale or degree a huge deficit a huge undertaking They're having a huge sale tomorrow. The crowds were huge. Your help made a huge difference.c : great in scope or character a dancer of huge talent
Examples of huge in a Sentence
Renovating the house is a huge undertaking.
The store is having a huge sale tomorrow.
Recent Examples of huge from the Web
And the numbers were huge: One U.S. Census report states that 23.5 million persons immigrated legally to the U.S. between 1880 and 1920.
Trump’s visceral rage is what thrills Republicans, not his policy — and a huge number of Republicans aren’t even interested in whether the rage undercuts his policy.
While Mirzakhani has had a huge influence on the field of mathematics, her legacy is having a cultural influence on her home country as well.
Our food system is rigged to subsidize the wealth of huge corporate farms, instead of our families, health, communities, and farmland.
Facing a potential recall, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has a huge head start on anyone who wants to run for his job.
And that entry, descent, and landing is a huge challenge for us for Mars.
The huge advantage of Chromecast over Bluetooth and AirPlay is that no initial device pairing is required.
A dozen or so heat pipes (depending on model), two huge fans—
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Origin and Etymology of huge
Middle English, from Old French ahuge
First Known Use: 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of huge for English Language Learners
: very large : very great in size, amount, or degree
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