English version

stupendous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstupendousstu‧pen‧dous /stjuːˈpendəs $ stuː-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 GOOD/EXCELLENTsurprisingly large or impressive syn magnificent 🔊 a stupendous achievementstupendously adverb
Examples from the Corpus
stupendousThe advance publicity has been stupendous, and the first issue is alleged to have sold out straight away.A stupendous cinema epic, reduced to a sort of frantic scurrying in a goldfish bowl, might merely seem ridiculous.Despite myself, my regard was still held by the stupendous figure prone before me.Did he get the limp in a flying accident on one of his stupendous runs, I asked.The stupendous storm was the result.An algorithm purporting to match what is presumed to be operating in a human brain would need to be a stupendous thing.The towers were jammed together so tightly, he could feel the mass and stupendous weight.
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