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Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch: [large]

massive {adj} [large and heavy, bulky]
wuchtig [schwer und massig, massiv]
sensible {adj} [archaic] [large]
gravierend [schwerwiegend]
sweeping {adj} [large-scale]
weitreichend
verbose {adj} [in detail, at large]
ausführlich
wholesale {adv} [fig.] [on a large scale]
massenweise
commodious {adj} [formal] [spacious, large and roomy]
geräumig [Räumlichkeiten, Gebäude]
sweeping {adj} [large, overpowering]
mächtig [ugs.] [groß, überwältigend]
overgrown [grown too large] [oft pej.]
übergroß
chesty {adj} [coll.] [of a woman: having large or prominent breasts]
vollbusig
to people [continent, planet, large area, etc.]
besiedeln [Kontinent, Planet, großes Gebiet etc.]
to crimp [sew with large stitches]
heften
to sit sb. [be large enough for a specified number of seated people]
jdm. Platz bieten [(einer bestimmten Anzahl von Menschen) Platz zum Sitzen bieten]
bulk [large mass, quantity]
Masse {f}
pit [large hole in the ground; also: gravel pit, coal pit]
Grube {f} [Vertiefung in der Erde; auch: Kiesgrube, Kohlenbergwerk]
mansion [large, imposing house]
Villa {f} [groß]archi.
dish [large plate]
Platte {f} [großer Teller]gastr.
tome [hum. in Br.] [large and heavy book]
Schinken {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [großes, dickes Buch]
hall [large public room or building]
Halle {f}archi.
gulf [deep chasm, abyss] [also fig.] [wide gap, large difference]
Kluft {f} [auch fig.]
hulk [coll.] [sometimes pej.] [a large person]
Koloss {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [große, schwergewichtige Person]
reams {pl} [coll.] [fig.] [large quantity]
Fülle {f} [Unmenge]
hall [large room]
Saal {m}archi.
skip [Br.] [large container for waste]
Container {m} [Müllcontainer]constr.
community [public at large]
Allgemeinheit {f}
drum [cylindrical receptacle, especially a large, metal one for storing or transporting liquids]
Fass {n} [bes. aus Metall und für Flüssigkeiten, z. B. Ölfass]
marquee [esp. Br.] [large tent]
Zelt {n} [Festzelt]
großes Festzelt {n}
cauldron [large kettle]
Kochkessel {m} [großer Topf]gastr.
trunk [large box]
Schrankkoffer {m}travel
accumulator [Br.] [storage battery, large rechargeable cell]
Akku {m} [kurz für: Akkumulator]electr.
volume [large amount]
Menge {f} [Vielzahl, große Menge]
billow [archaic] [large sea wave]
Woge {f} [geh.] [hohe, starke Meereswelle]
blowout [coll.] [large or lavish meal]
Fresserei {f} [ugs.] [Gelage, ausgedehntes und üppiges Essen]
table [large or festive]
Tafel {f} [Esstisch]furn.
tun [large beer or wine cask]
Fass {n} [großes Bier- oder Weinfass]
davenport [large sofa]
Sofa {n}furn.
Couch {f} [schweiz. auch {m}]furn.
whopper [coll.] [sth. extremely or unusually large]
Trumm {n} [österr.] [ugs.] [sonst regional] [dicker Brocken]
puncheon [large cask for liquids or other commodities, holding from 72 to 120 gallons]
Fass {n} [großes Fass für Flüssigkeiten oder andere Handelsware]comm.hist.
marquee [large tent]
Großraumzelt {n}
großes Zelt {n}
[large indoor venue in Zurich]
Saalsporthalle {f}artsports
chants [especially at large events]
Sprechchöre {pl}
copper [dated] [large copper or iron container for boiling laundry]
Waschkessel {m}
reefer [Am.] [coll.] [large refrigerator]
Kühlraum {m}
whopper [coll.] [large object]
Oschi {m} [ugs.] [großes Ding]
Ömmes {m} [rheinisch oder Ruhrdeutsch] [großes Ding]
furball [large dog fight]
Luftschlacht {f}aviat.mil.
store [especially large out of town stores] [Br.]
Verbrauchermarkt {m}comm.
gamp [Br.] [coll.] [dated] [(large) umbrella]
Schirm {m}
shower [large number]
Fülle {f} [Vielzahl]
whopper [coll.] [a very large object, esp. a fish]
Kaventsmann {m} [regional] [ein großes Etwas, bes. ein Fisch]
[anonymous, large-scale housing]
Wohnmaschine {f} [ugs., hum. oder pej.: anonymes, großes Wohnhaus]archi.
[bed in a large communal room]
Schlafsaalbett {n}furn.
[cooper who makes large oaken barrels]
Schwarzbinder {m} [veraltet]hist.jobs
[fanatical female soccer fan, often part of a large coordinated group]
Ultra {f}sports
[female inheritor of a large fortune]
Millionenerbin {f}
[female person who pilots and tows different kinds of ships in large ports, and takes part in loading and unloading]
Hafenschifferin {f}jobs
[large billboard] [especially of political parties during election campaigns]
Wesselmanntafel {f} [Politikjargon]market.
[large election campaign billboards of political parties]
Wesselmänner {pl} [Politikjargon]market.
[large pin for holding a bun in place]
Tugendpfeil {m} [hist. Haarnadel für eine Haartracht]
[large room taking up a wing connecting two parts of an apartment house]
Berliner Zimmer {n}archi.
[public watching of large-screen TV broadcasts, esp. of football/soccer matches]
Public Viewing {n}sports
[someone who pilots and tows different kinds of ships in large ports, and takes part in loading and unloading]
Hafenschiffer {m}jobs
Arctiidae [a large and diverse family of moths] [also downgraded to Arctiinae, a Noctuidae subfamily]
Bärenspinner {pl}entom.T
badderlocks [treated as sg.] [esp. Scot.] [Alaria esculenta] [large brown seaweed]
Flügeltang {m}bot.T
bowl [large and shallow]
Satte {f} [nordd.] [größere, flache Schüssel]
cooler [large, extremely shallow square vessel]
Kühlschiff {n} [veraltete Technik; nur noch in Haus- und Familienbrauereien]brew
coppers [dated] [large copper or iron containers for boiling laundry]
Waschkessel {pl}
corf [Br.] [large (wicker) basket]
Förderkorb {m}hist.mining
dabberlocks [treated as sg.] [esp. Scot.] [Alaria esculenta] [large brown seaweed]
Flügeltang {m}bot.T
granary [of a village or large farm]
Troadkasten {m} [bayer.] [Getreidespeicher]agr.archi.hist.
Tradkasten {m} [österr.] [Getreidespeicher]agr.archi.hist.
green [large area of grass]
Grasplatz {m} [mit Gras bewachsener Platz]
hamstring [in quadrupeds: the single large tendon found behind the knee or comparable area]
langer Sitzbeinmuskel {m} [z. B. beim Pferd]VetMed.zool.
honker [coll.] [dated] [large nose]
Zinken {m} [ugs.] [leicht derb] [große Nase]
hydei [Drosophila hydei] [large fruit fly]
Große Essigfliege {f}entom.T
journey [of animals or people in large groups]
Zug {m} [Reise, Wanderung von Menschengruppen, Tieren]
jumbo [coll.] [very large specimen]
riesiges Exemplar {n}
landowner [large-scale]
Grundherr {m}agr.hist.RealEst.
launch [large motorboat]
Barkasse {f} [größeres Motorboot]naut.
melons [vulg.] [large breasts]
große Titten {pl} [vulg.]
nuraghe [large tower-shaped stone structure found in Sardinia]
Nuraghe {f}archaeo.
pinions [literary] [of a bird with a large wingspan]
Schwingen {pl} [geh.]orn.
plurality [large number]
Pluralität {f} [Vielzahl]
potato [Br.] [coll.] [large hole in a sock or stocking, especially one in the heel]
Kartoffel {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [großes Loch im Strumpf]
rack {sg} [vulg.] [set of breasts particularly round and large]
(große) Titten {pl} [vulg.]
searchers [genus Calosoma] [genus of large ground beetles]
Puppenräuber {pl} [Laufkäfergattung]entom.T
stands [large raised tiered structure for spectators, typically at a sporting venue]
Ränge {pl} [bes. Stadion]sports
stockman [Aus.] [person who looks after the livestock on a large property]
Viehhirt {m}agr.jobs
tablecloth [large, festive, e.g. for a banquet]
Tafeltuch {n}gastr.
tanks [large receptacles or storage chamber, esp. for liquid or gas]
Tanks {pl} [z. B. Gastanks]tech.
taw [esp. Southern Am.] [large (fancy) marble]
(große) Murmel {f}gamestoys
thaler [large coins used in Germanic countries during the 15th-19th centuries]
Taler {pl}curr.hist.
Thaler {pl} [altertümlich] [Taler]curr.hist.
thalers [large coins used in Germanic countries during the 15th-19th centuries]
Taler {pl}curr.hist.
Thaler {pl} [altertümlich] [Taler]curr.hist.
whopper [coll.] [(very) large object]
Eumel {m} [ugs.] [(sehr) großer Gegenstand]
a trillion {adj} [coll.] [an indeterminately large number]
zigtausend [ugs.] [eine unbeschreiblich große Menge / Anzahl]
en masse {adv} [in a large number] [people]
in großen Gruppen
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