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Adjective
A greater amount
“See whether the circulate of the subtrahend is greater than that of the minuend or not.”
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More superior in quality or caliber
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Great, or greater than normal, in quantity or size
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“A great thunderstorm is expected on our shores soon.”
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Of great size
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(also used as noun or determiner in some contexts) Superlative degree of much or many
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Predominant in influence, number, or importance
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Higher in position or status
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More favorable
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Incomparable or outstanding
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Improved in quality, accuracy or performance
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Comparative for large in quantity
“He struck gold and left with a great sum of cash.”
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Comparative for impressive or striking
“The tall skyscraper was a great achievement in design and architecture.”
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(applied to persons) Comparative for recognized for possessing power, talents or achievements
“The class focused on the great religious leaders of the last century.”
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Comparative for of significant importance or consequence
“He had to make a great decision with life-changing repercussions.”
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(often followed by 'at') Comparative for skilful or adroit
“The virtuoso had always been great at composing music from a young age.”
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(informal) Comparative for very good
“The food at the cafe was great.”
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Comparative for possessing enthusiasm or passion
“I'm a great fan of Kanye West's music.”
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Comparative for having, or characterized by, a generous nature
“This was a vilification of one who had a great heart in him, a heart so generous and true.”
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Comparative for belonging to, or characteristic of, the aristocracy
“Arya Stark was a descendant of one of the great families of Winterfell.”
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Comparative for lasting or extending for a great period of time
“It has been a great while since we last met.”
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(informal, intensifier) Comparative for extreme or absolute in degree
“His crime was a great disgrace to his community.”
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Comparative for in common use
“Neoclassicism was a great art movement during the years from the early 20th century.”
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(obsolete) Comparative for pregnant with child or young
“The ewes great with young.”
Adverb
To a greater degree of excellence
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