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  2. 711 Synonyms & Antonyms of GREAT - Merriam-Webster

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    great 1 of 2 adjective 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 Relevance good skillful experienced skilled adept expert proficient accomplished practiced masterful master talented virtuoso educated veteran complete

  3. Great Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    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 great detail 2 a : large in number or measure : numerous great multitudes b : predominant the great majority 3 : remarkable in magnitude, degree, or effectiveness

  4. Great Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    noun, plural greats, (especially collectively) great. a person who has achieved importance or distinction in a field: She is one of the theater's greats. great persons, collectively: England's literary great. SEE MORE SEE MORE DEFINITIONS OTHER WORDS FOR great 1 immense, enormous, gigantic, huge, vast, grand. 6 noteworthy.

  5. As an adjective great describes things that are very good, large, or important — like a great movie, a great forest, or a great battle that changed the course of a war. Great can also be a noun: a person who is a legend in his or her field, like Aretha Franklin, a soul great, or Wayne Gretzky — a hockey great who became known as "the Great One."

  6. Great Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary

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    Britannica Dictionary definition of GREAT 1 a : very large in size : very big all creatures great and small — usually used before a noun a great beast We were surprised by the great size of the auditorium. They traveled through a great stretch of wilderness. [+] more examples b — used in the names of animals that are larger than similar animals

  7. adj. excellent, skillful synonyms for great Compare Synonyms big considerable enormous extreme high huge immense strong tremendous vast fat husky large mammoth abundant ample big-league bulky colossal decided excessive extended extensive extravagant gigantic grievous humongous inordinate jumbo lengthy long major-league mondo numerous oversize

  8. great ( ɡreɪt) adj 1. relatively large in size or extent; big 2. relatively large in number; having many parts or members: a great assembly. 3. of relatively long duration: a great wait. 4. of larger size or more importance than others of its kind: the great auk. 5. extreme or more than usual: great worry.

  9. The Great (TV Series 2020– ) - IMDb

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    A royal woman living in rural Russia during the 18th century is forced to choose between her own personal happiness and the future of Russia, when she marries an Emperor. Creator Tony McNamara Stars Elle Fanning Nicholas Hoult Phoebe Fox See production, box office & company info Watch on Hulu S1-2 on Hulu.com and the Hulu app More watch options

  10. Catherine the Great | Biography, Facts, Children ...

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    Catherine the Great, Russian Yekaterina Velikaya, also called Catherine II, Russian in full Yekaterina Alekseyevna, original name Sophie Friederike Auguste, Prinzessin von Anhalt-Zerbst, (born April 21 [May 2, New Style], 1729, Stettin, Prussia [now Szczecin, Poland]—died November 6 [November 17], 1796, Tsarskoye Selo [now Pushkin], near St. Petersburg, Russia), German-born empress of Russia (1762–96) who led her country into full participation in the political and cultural life of ...

  11. The Great Reset | World Economic Forum

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    The Covid-19 crisis, and the political, economic and social disruptions it has caused, is fundamentally changing the traditional context for decision-making. The inconsistencies, inadequacies and contradictions of multiple systems –from health and financial to energy and education – are more exposed than ever amidst a global context of concern for lives, livelihoods and the planet.