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
Baseball fans are in for a huge weekend with the MLB All-Star Fanfest at the Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Drive.
Several huge conference rooms and halls were reserved to host classes, exhibition space and even a dance floor.
Tricky politics means huge business for Russia’s travel market.
However, there are also a new set of emerging cities which are witnessing a huge increase in solo bookings.
In 1982 Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak put on the US Festival, drawing huge bands and massive crowds.
The Ivies, with their huge endowments and need-blind acceptance policies, are increasingly focusing their outreach on minority, rural, and lower income populations that have rarely applied in the past.
To make up for that gap in speed, the fan gets a huge head start each time.
In fact, there was a huge uproar about her using her status to overshadow some of the students that couldn't contact supermodels for help.
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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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: very large : very great in size, amount, or degree
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