gigantic : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s so exceedingly large or extensive as to suggest a giant or mammoth
a gigantic redwood
- China's headlong rush to join the global economy is creating new jobs in the private sector, but it is simultaneously breeding a gigantic underclass of have-notscitizens the .
- He has gigantic talent as a physical comedian, and no shortage of balls, particularly when, as Borat, he fights for breath under the fattest naked man's butt ever seen onscreen.
- It consists of warm tortillas and potato omelets, piles of percebes (gooseneck barnacles), llmpares (snail-like mollusks), and centollos (gigantic spider crabs).
- Didier Drogba in Telegraph.co.uk
I took a blow to my knee that was operated on [last December],Drogba said. "I put ice on it immediately, but there is nothing serious. I have spoken to him [Terry] - he will play in Moscow. No one wants to miss this gigantic match, the...
- Ayman al-Zawahri in FOXNews
We are seeing a triple failure for the Americans in Iraq,al-Zawahri said in the 90-minute videotape. "No matter how much the gigantic propoganda machine in America tries to deceive the people, the reality is stronger and worse than all the...
- Lula da Silva in International Herald Tribune
Silva said "it is unacceptable that a group of speculators would turn the world into a gigantic casino and tell us how we should run governments."