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- adj. Used other than as an idiom: see writ, large, larger, largest.
- adj. Magnified; on a large scale.
- adj. Readily discerned, unmistakably indicated.
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- adj. made more obvious or prominent
But no one has pointed out that the aid industry writ large including not just the official practitioners but the academics and think tankers who scrutinize it has also gotten creative latelycreative about new ways to transfer aid money that exploit market mechanisms and harness the power of capitalism.
Terry was fat, bald, forty, and had given up earlier aspirations to climb to Director of Photography with his name writ large in credits.