In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(building/person) enorme(person/building) inmenso(building/person) gigantesco(sum) astronómico(sum) enorme(response) tremendoit was a huge success — fue un exitazo coloquial
- He said he has a huge struggle to climb the six flights of stairs up to his flat on the second floor.
- If people do not think that the subject is even worth thinking about the task is huge.
- From further away I could see the flames from each tower and a huge hole in the side of each.
- A huge tree has fallen in the path of their only exit, and they can only leave by foot.
- That's a lot of suffering, as well as a huge drain on the workforce in terms of days lost.
- Although not a huge amount of money I got the bank to retrieve it as a point of principle.
- Now it has a huge lower market and a small but worthwhile high quality luxury market.
- Due to a huge car repair bill this month, all we could offer him was an air mattress.
- There was this huge burst of hot air and all of the shop I was delivering to started to fall on to me.
- Organisers are also hoping to put on a huge firework display and find a sponsor to fund it.
- It would have taken a huge effort for the president to reach home even if he had decided to come.
- He lays them out on the huge steel plates and then someone marks out where to cut and where to bend.
- Now they live in a huge house with a swimming pool, and two cars in a massive garage.
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