The Word is:”large”

large

/lɑːdʒ/

adjective

adjective: large; comparative adjective: larger; superlative adjective: largest

1.of considerable or relatively great size, extent, or capacity.
“add a large clove of garlic”
synonyms: big, great, huge, of considerable size, sizeable, substantial, immense, enormous, colossal, massive, mammoth, vast, cosmic, goodly, prodigious, tremendous, gigantic, giant, monumental, stupendous, gargantuan, elephantine, titanic, mountainous, monstrous; More
antonyms: small, thin, meagre, scanty
pursuing a commercial activity on a significant scale.
“many large investors are likely to take a different view”
2.of wide range or scope.
“we can afford to take a larger view of the situation”
synonyms: wide-reaching, far-reaching, wide-ranging, wide, sweeping, large-scale, broad, extensive, comprehensive, exhaustive, wholesale, global
“the measure has large economic implications”
antonyms: trivial, petty

verb BRITISH informal
verb: large; 3rd person present: larges; past tense: larged; past participle: larged; gerund or present participle: larging
1.enjoy oneself in a lively way with drink or drugs and music.
“Bez is known in clubland for his capacity for larging it”

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