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huge in English:

1. vast vast


The Sistine Chapel is a vast chapel built inside the Vatican Palace in 1473.
vast majority
I think the pope should sell off some of the vast holdings of his church to feed the starving poor.
It causes these vast bleaching events that are the first signs of corals of being sick.
The Milky Way is a vast belt of distant stars, each similar to our sun.
Your intelligence is as vast as the distance between Bombay and Mumbai.
The vast majority of high school students I know can't read an unknown word and pronounce the letters in the right order, let alone pronounce it correctly or naturally.
He is very much interested in Japanese history. We are surprised at his vast knowledge of the subject.
Alfonso VI found a vast number of books when he conquered Muslim Toledo in 1085.
Internet is a vast network connecting innumerable computers on a world scale.
Many men nowadays seem to have the feeling that in vast modern societies there is nothing of importance that the individual can do.
The Empty Quarter is a vast desert in Saudi Arabia, populated by just a few nomadic tribes.
Stretching over 10 time zones and four mountain ranges, Russia is a country of staggeringly vast proportions.
The Single European Act of 1986 launches a vast six-year programme to sort these out.
There was nothing wrong with their ability, it was just that the expense for each unit was so vast that the cost performance was bad.

English word "huge"(vast) occurs in sets:

new opportunities - intermediate

2. big big


a big fish
Part of the charm of a big city lies in the variety of styles that can be seen in the architecture of its buildings.
According to a study, big women are more prone to have twins.
You should stockpile necessary supplies in case of a big earthquake.
She bought him a camera that was too big to fit in his shirt pocket.
Our negotiations to lower export taxes suffered a big setback.
In city after city, big public meetings were held.
The pressures of supporting a big family are beginning to catch up with him.
A big bomb fell, and a great many people lost their lives.
The buying and selling of peoples' personal information is becoming a big issue.
Tom can't forget the time he and Mary had their first big argument.
The theory of the Big Bang was proposed in 1927 and expanded in 1929.
When a big ape emerged from the cave, they got frightened and ran away.
Tom is used to driving a pickup truck, but he's never driven one of those really big trucks.
It must have been something really big for him to strike a triumphant pose like that.

English word "huge"(big) occurs in sets:

Gradable and strong adjectives
Strong Adjectives