Definition, Meaning, Synonyms & Anagrams | English word GREAT


GREAT

Definitions of GREAT

  1. Impressive or striking.
  2. Much in use; favoured.
  3. Doing or exemplifying (a characteristic or pursuit) on a large scale; active or enthusiastic.
  4. A person of major significance, accomplishment or acclaim.
  5. Expression of gladness and content about something.
  6. sarcastic inversion thereof.
  7. (qualifying nouns of family relationship) Involving more generations than the qualified word implies — as many extra generations as repetitions of the word great (from 1510s). [see Derived terms]
  8. (obsolete, postpositive, followed by 'with') Pregnant; large with young; full of.
  9. (obsolete, except with 'friend' and similar words such as 'mate','buddy') Intimate; familiar.
  10. (applied to actions, thoughts and feelings) Arising from or possessing idealism; admirable; superior; commanding; heroic; illustrious; eminent.
  11. (music) The main division in a pipe organ, usually the loudest division.
  12. (in combinations such as "two-greats", "three-greats" etc.) An instance of the word "great" signifying an additional generation in phrases expressing family relationships.
  13. (informal) Very well (in a very satisfactory manner).
  14. Having much size; large.
  15. (informal) Very good; excellent; wonderful; fantastic. [from 1848]
  16. Important, consequential.
  17. (applied to persons) Endowed with extraordinary powers; of exceptional talents or achievements; able to accomplish significant results.

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GR8
GRT
BIG

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Number of letters

5

Is palindrome

No

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AT
EA
EAT
GR
GRE
RE
REA

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5

160

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AE
AER
AET
AG
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ARG
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