grand englannista suomeksi
tuhat dollaria, tonni
''a grand mountain''
''a grand army''
''a grand mistake''
''a grand monarch''
''a grand view''
''His simple vision has transformed into something far more grand.''
Having higher rank or more dignity, size, or importance than other persons or things of the same name.
''a grand lodge''
''a grand vizier''
''a grand piano''
''The Grand Viziers of the Ottoman Empire.''
(i) Standing in the second or some more remote degree of parentage or descent (i).
''grandfather, grandson, grand-child''
Containing all the parts proper to a given form of composition.
1987, Toni Morrison, ''Beloved'', page 269:
- Once, in Maryland, he met four families of slaves who had all been together for a hundred years: great-grands, grands, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, cousins, children.
2012, Brenda Jackson, ''Texas Wild & Beyond Temptation'', page 47:
- Her granddaughter and great-granddaughter went with us as chaperones. Did I ever tell you that she had six grands and two great-grands? (..) And Emily agrees with me it's a shame that I don't even have a grand.
great, an honorific title
(alternative form of)
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