Of considerable or relatively great size or extent. (adjective)
An old musical note, equal to two longas, four breves, or eight semibreves. (noun)
Liberality, generosity. (noun)
A thousand dollars. (noun)
Examples of word large
This is mainly to keep my mailbox from getting flooded with the large number of resulting responses. (and I do mean * large*).
-- Since such an aeroplane would be of low velocity, and therefore possess a large angle of incidence, a _large camber_ would be necessary.
The space enclosed by the walls was very large; and as in modern times many new buildings and ranges of buildings have been erected within, with streets and courts between them, the place has now the appearance of being a little town enclosed by walls, and surrounded by a ditch with bridges, and standing in the midst of a _large_ town.
In the _centre of the large circle_ which surrounds the head, and just above the tablet, is a _large medallion_, with the sun behind a cloud, and round it "Et latet et lucet."
Now, when I say our large fires, I mean the _large_ fires of _America_, consisting of three or four oak trees, containing a load of wood each, besides many large boughs and branches, altogether forming a fire some twenty or thirty feet long, with flames flickering up twice as high as one's head.