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広大, 宏大, 弘大, こうだい

  • kōdai


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • huge
  • very large
  • vast
  • extensive
  • magnificent
  • grand

Examples of 広大,宏大,弘大,こうだい in a Sentence

The Sahara is a vast desert.
He once possessed much land.
The vast continent is abundant in fossil fuels.
Fossil fuels are abundant in that vast continent.
On the open ice a bear may lie on its stomach.
A vast forest covers the mountains.
A vast desert lay before us.
He is possessed of a wide landed property.
He crossed the immense pacific on a raft.
When Columbus discovered America, bison (American buffalo) inhabited a wide-ranging area.

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