English to Danish Meaning :: big

Big :
stor
stor, vigtig - storstorbigness
 
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Noun(1) The place where something divides into two branches(2) The act of splitting into two branches(3) A bifurcating branch (one or both of them)

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(1) We reject the habitual bifurcation of the researcher's image into u2018the economistu2019 and u2018the sociologist.u2019(2) In this connection, he also reiterated the demand for bifurcation of the Cement Factory from the parent organisation.(3) To be sure, each superhero whose life is marked by the invariable bifurcation between u2018secretu2019 identities inevitably touches down upon the theme of the fractured self and psyche.(4) As each plant had a bifurcation (two branches), two measurements were obtained per leaf stage for each plant.(5) But there was a price to be paid, one of fragmentation, or at least bifurcation .(6) History and textual theory continue to constitute the principal bifurcation in literary studies, and those two methods of inquiry frequently elicit professions of faith rather than reasoned argumentation.(7) One keeps wondering what the author, in his chapter on Mexican-Americans, means by u2018cultural bifurcation .u2019(8) The Parliament on Tuesday gave its approval for bifurcation of the Trust into two companies.(9) Perhaps this parallel interhuman development, this bifurcation in the value of communication, is most telling.(10) A bifurcation here allows cars to race ahead through another tunnel.(11) This perceptual bifurcation is anything but a liberal tendency.(12) In many ways there was a kind of bifurcation of social history in the field of Latin America.(13) So we see bifurcation between classical languages used by the former, such as Persian, Sanskrit and English, and the regional languages and dialects that the common folk used.(14) It could yet seek to recreate that bifurcation with a u2018business onlyu2019 upgrade and give the Home line its own range of updates.(15) In tandem with these developments, however, there emerged a form of bifurcation in the handling of the group as a concept and organisation.(16) This cultural bifurcation is aggravated by the fact that between our two warfighting cultures, one human-centric and one technology-centric, the latter currently predominates.
Synonyms
1. Large
  
2. Momentous
  
3. Prominent
  
4. Bad
  
5. Big
  
6. Heavy
  
7. Adult
  
8. Full-grown
  
9. Fully grown
  
10. Grown
  
11. Grownup
  
12. Swelled
  
13. Vainglorious
  
14. Elder
  
15. Older
  
16. Boastful
  
17. Braggart
  
18. Bragging
  
19. Braggy
  
20. Cock-a-hoop
  
21. Crowing
  
22. Self-aggrandizing
  
23. Self-aggrandising
  
24. Magnanimous
  
25. Bighearted
  
26. Bounteous
  
27. Bountiful
  
28. Freehanded
  
29. Handsome
  
30. Giving
  
31. Liberal
  
32. Openhanded
  
33. Big
  
34. Enceinte
  
35. Expectant
  
36. Gravid
  
37. Great
  
38. Large
  
39. Heavy
  
40. With child
  
41. Boastfully
  
42. Vauntingly
  
43. Ample
  
44. Awash
  
45. Brimming
  
46. Bulky
  
47. Bull
  
48. Burly
  
49. Capacious
  
50. Chock-full
  
51. Colossal
  
52. Commodious
  
53. Considerable
  
54. Copious
  
55. Crowded
  
56. Enormous
  
57. Extensive
  
58. Fat
  
59. Full
  
60. Gigantic
  
61. Heavy-duty
  
62. Heavyweight
  
63. Hefty
  
64. Huge
  
65. Hulking
  
66. Humongous
  
67. Husky
  
68. Immense
  
69. Jumbo
  
70. Mammoth
  
71. Massive
  
72. Monster
  
73. Oversize
  
74. Packed
  
75. Ponderous
  
76. Prodigious
  
77. Roomy
  
78. Sizable
  
79. Spacious
  
80. Strapping
  
81. Stuffed
  
82. Substantial
  
83. Thundering
  
84. Tremendous
  
85. Vast
  
86. Voluminous
  
87. Walloping
  
88. Whopper
  
89. Whopping
  
90. Big league
  
91. Consequential
  
92. Eminent
  
93. Influential
  
94. Leading
  
95. Main
  
96. Material
  
97. Meaningful
  
98. Paramount
  
99. Popular
  
100. Powerful
  
101. Prime
  
102. Principal
  
103. Serious
  
104. Significant
  
105. Super
  
106. Valuable
  
107. Weighty
  
108. Grown-up
  
109. Mature
  
110. Tall
  
111. Altruistic
  
112. Benevolent
  
113. Chivalrous
  
114. Considerate
  
115. Free
  
116. Gracious
  
117. Greathearted
  
118. Heroic
  
119. Lofty
  
120. Noble
  
121. Princely
  
122. Unselfish
  
123. Arty
  
124. Conceited
  
125. Flamboyant
  
126. Haughty
  
127. High-sounding
  
128. Imperious
  
129. Imposing
  
130. Inflated
  
131. Overblown
  
132. Pompous
  
133. Presumptuous
  
134. Pretentious
  
135. Proud
  
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Yeah, and you get your picture taken
on the big marble horse out front.

Yeah, and you get your picture taken on the BIG marble horse out front.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 15


There\'s my big boss man.

There's my BIG boss man.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 21


Everyone take cover.\\NThey’re using big calibre.\0

Everyone take cover.
They’re using BIG calibre.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 12



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-"It's a BIG group."
-Everyone in position.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4


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