from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. superlative form of large: most large.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. greatest in size of those under consideration.
- adj. maximal.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Beth Jacob can no longer claim the title largest orthodox synagogue west of the Mississippi.
At a "due-diligence" briefing at the firm's New York offices late last month for Wall Street analysts whose firms will underwrite the deal, the Carlyle executives said their firm has a greater global footprint than their rivals have, citing what they described as the largest private-equity presence in China.
Sushil Cheema/The Wall Street Journal 'This is what I call the largest outside living room ever,' Ms Patterson says of the porch.
WASHINGTON—The Energy Department backed what it called the largest residential rooftop solar project in U.S. history Wednesday, offering to guarantee part of $344 million in loans for Solar City Corp. to install rooftop solar panels at military bases.
It's prejudice, said Arolde de Oliveira, a Brazilian MP and the president of MK Music, which he describes as the largest gospel label in Latin America.
It's building what it calls the largest clock in the world, atop the second-largest skyscraper in the world, in the Islamic holy city of Mecca -- in hopes of replacing GMT with "Mecca Time."
There are dozens of companies selling stock photography competing with Getty, but the largest is a public company formerly known as Internet. com, named Jupitermedia Corporation, and a private company controlled by Bill Gates, named Corbis.
Spatially, the scheme submitted by architects Dan Wood and Amale Andraos will involve heavy cardboard tubes — the largest is a yard in height, and in diameter — in part because of the shadows they would cast and because of their resilience.
U.S. officials charged over 500 people in what they termed the largest-ever crackdown on scams ranging from Ponzi schemes to pump-and-dump operations.
U.S. officials said they have charged more than 500 people in what they dubbed the largest-ever nationwide sweep of scam artists preying on individual investors.
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