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Middle English large, from Old French large from Latin larga, fem. of largus (abundant, plentiful, copious, large, much). Replaced Middle English stoor "large, great" (from Old English stōr) and muchel "large, great" (from Old English myċel).

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Large (comparative larger, superlative largest)
  1. Of considerable or relatively great size or extent.
    Russia is a large country.
    The fruit-fly has large eyes for its body size.
    He has a large collection of stamps.

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Old French large, from Latin larga, feminine of largus (abundant, plentiful, copious, large, much).

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Patrono:Fr-adj-mf

  1. wide, broad
  2. large
  3. generous

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