grand

grand
رَائِع \ admirable: fit to be admired; very good: an admirable cook; admirable courage. adorable: lovable; delightful: an adorable little cat. excellent: very good; of high quality: excellent food; an excellent cook. extraordinary: very unusual; causing wonder and surprise: For a small boy he has an extraordinary knowledge of science. fantastic: very good, wonderful: How was the party? - fantastic!. glamorous: having glamour: the glamorous lights of a big city. glorious: having great fame and honour: A glorious victory, splendid; beautiful; very fine A glorious mass of golden hair. gorgeous: richly coloured; splendid: a gorgeous sunset. grand: splendid; very fine; a grand view. great: fine; very pleasing: We had a great time in Paris. heavenly: very pleasant; charming: What heavenly music!. impressive: producing a strong (and usu. good) effect on the mind: an impressive result; an impressive speaker. incredible: wonderful; very good: She had an incredible flat. magnificent: very fine; splendid; grand: a magnificent ceremony. marvellous: wonderful; surprising. picturesque: (of a scene or description; not of a person) beautiful in a simple and charming way: a picturesque village of old houses beside a stream. remarkable: surprising; unusual and worth noticing: a remarkable change. smashing: splendid. spectacular: making a splendid or exciting show: The king was crowned in a spectacular ceremony. splendid: very good: a splendid idea. superb: splendid; grand; very fine: a superb performance; a superb hotel. terrific: very fine: That was a terrific film. wonderful: causing wonder; very fine: a wonderful improvement; a wonderful holiday. \ See Also مُثير الإعجاب، فاتن (فاتِن)، ممتاز (ممتاز)، مدهش (مُدْهِش)، خلاب (خلاّب)، زاهي الألوان، مجيد (مجيد)، مؤثر (مؤثِّر)، عظيم (عظيم)‏

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  • grand — grand, grande [ grɑ̃, grɑ̃d ] ou en liaison [ grɑ̃t ] adj. • grant Xe; lat. grandis, qui a éliminé magnus I ♦ Dans l ordre physique (avec possibilité de mesure) 1 ♦ Dont la hauteur, la taille dépasse la moyenne. Grand et mince. ⇒ élancé. Grand et …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • grand — grand, ande (gran, gran d ; le d se lie : un gran t homme ; au pluriel, l s se lie : de gran z hommes) adj. 1°   Qui a des dimensions plus qu ordinaires. 2°   Il se dit pour marquer simplement différence ou égalité entre des objets que l on… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • grand — GRAND, [gr]ande. adj. Qui est fort estendu en longueur, en largeur, ou en profondeur. Grand homme. grand arbre. grand fleuve. grand espace de terre. grand enclos. grande ouverture. On dit, que Des enfans sont desja grands, pour dire, qu Ils sont… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • GRAND — GRAND, GRANDEUR. De ce qu on entend par ces mots.     Grand est un des mots le plus fréquemment employés dans le sens moral, et avec le moins de circonspection. Grand homme, grand génie, grand esprit, grand capitaine, grand philosophe, grand… …   Dictionnaire philosophique de Voltaire

  • Grand — (gr[a^]nd), a. [Compar. {Grander} (gr[a^]nd [ e]r); superl. {Grandest}.] [OE. grant, grount, OF. grant, F. grand, fr. L. grandis; perh. akin to gravis heavy, E. grave, a. Cf. {Grandee}.] 1. Of large size or extent; great; extensive; hence,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grand — may refer to:Places and buildings*Grand, Vosges, village and commune in France with Gallo Roman amphitheatre *Grande, town in Germany *Le Grand, California, census designated place *Grand Olympic Auditorium, hall in Los Angeles *Grand (LACMTA… …   Wikipedia

  • grand — grand; grand·baby; grand·child; grand·dad; grand·dad·dy; grand·daugh·ter; grand·fa·ther·ly; grand·fer; grand·folks; grand·ly; grand·ma; grand·mam·my; grand·moth·er; grand·moth·er·ly; grand·neph·ew; grand·ness; grand·niece; grand·pa; grand·pap·py; …   English syllables

  • grand — Grand, Magnus, Grandis. Fort grand, Immensus, Ingens, Pergrandis, Praegrandis, Permagnus. Qu elles sont devenues grandes de si petites qu elles estoyent? Quantae e quantulis iam sunt factae? Il emmena un fort grand nombre de captifs devant son… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • grand´ly — grand «grand», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. large and of fine appearance: »grand mountains. SYNONYM(S): great, lofty. 2. of very high or noble quality; dignified; stately; splendid: »a v …   Useful english dictionary

  • Grand — bezeichnet: gröberen Sand, siehe Sand#Grand, ein Solospiel beim Skat, siehe Grand (Skat) ein Kino in Stockholm, siehe Grand (Kino) Grand ist der Name folgender Orte und geographischer Objekte: Grand (Vosges), eine Gemeinde im Département Vosges,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Grand — (ant.) adj. Grande. * * * grand. adj. desus. grande. * * * (as used in expressions) Grand Falls Grand Central Station grand jury Grand National G …   Enciclopedia Universal

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