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Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

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
  6. of significant importance or consequence: a great decision
  7. of exceptional talents or achievements; remarkable: a great writer
  8. (as noun): the great, one of the greats
  9. arising from or possessing idealism in thought, action, etc; heroic: great deeds
  10. illustrious or eminent: a great history
  11. impressive or striking: a great show of wealth
  12. active or enthusiastic: a great walker
  13. doing or exemplifying (a characteristic or pursuit) on a large scale: what a great buffoon, he's not a great one for reading
  14. (often followed by at) skilful or adroit: a great carpenter, you are great at singing
  15. informal excellent; fantastic

  1. Also called: great organ the principal manual on an organ
Etymology: Old English grēat; related to Old Frisian grāt, Old High German grōz; see grit, groat

ˈgreatly adv ˈgreatness n

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