gigantic Definition

extremely large or great; huge; colossal.

Using gigantic: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "gigantic" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The company has a gigantic workforce.

  • Example

    The Titanic was a gigantic ship.

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    The project requires a gigantic budget.

  • Example

    The elephant was a gigantic creature.

gigantic Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with gigantic

  • a sudden and significant improvement or advancement


    The new technology represents a gigantic leap forward in the field of medicine.

  • a task that is extremely difficult or challenging to accomplish


    Cleaning up the entire city after the hurricane was a gigantic task.

  • an exaggerated sense of self-importance or self-esteem


    The politician's gigantic ego made it difficult for him to work with others.


Summary: gigantic in Brief

The term 'gigantic' [dʒaɪˈɡantɪk] refers to something that is extremely large or great, often used to describe physical size or scale. It can also be used to describe tasks or projects that are very difficult or challenging. Examples include 'The Titanic was a gigantic ship' and 'Cleaning up the entire city after the hurricane was a gigantic task.' Synonyms include 'enormous' and 'immense,' while antonyms include 'tiny' and 'small.'

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