English version

commodious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcommodiouscom‧mo‧di‧ous /kəˈməʊdiəs $ -ˈmoʊ-/ adjective formal  BIGa house or room that is commodious is very big
Examples from the Corpus
commodiousThe second was a cooking pot, black outside, polished and gleaming inside, solid and commodious.It was large, commodious and beautifully fitted out.In 1824 they removed to a more commodious place at Lower Hareston and let Hareston Manor to a succession of tenant farmers.A slice of a larger, more commodious room?
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