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ˌgrand piˈano (also grand) noun [countable]
grand /ɡrænd/ adjective

هزار دلار ، بسیار عالی با شکوه ، مجلل ، والا ، بزرگ ، مهم ، مشهور ، معروف ، با وقار ، جدی
- impressive, dignified, grandiose, great, imposing, large, magnificent, regal, splendid, stately, sublime
- excellent, fine, first-class, great (informal), outstanding, smashing (informal), splendid, wonderful
Contrasted words: measly, paltry, petty, puny, trifling, trivial, crude, meretricious, obtrusive, vulgar, flimsy, tawdry, average, common, commonplace, ordinary, base, lowly, mean, poor
Related Words: monumental, prodigious, stupendous, tremendous, towering, gorgeous, splendid, sublime, superb, magnificent, majestic, flashy, garish, gaudy, ornate, ostentatious, showy

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. ˌgrand piˈano (also grand) noun [countable]
the type of large piano often used in concerts, with strings in a horizontal position ⇒ upright piano

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. grand1 S2 W3 /ɡrænd/ adjective
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Old French; Origin: 'large, great', from Latin grandis]

1. big and very impressive Antonym : humble:
a grand country house
The party was a grand affair.
New Yorkers build on a grand scale.

2. aiming or intended to achieve something impressive:
Henry Luce had a grand design for America’s future.
The company’s grand ambition was to become the first and biggest global airline.

3. important and rich:
He looked very grand in his ceremonial uniform.
the grand end of West Avenue

4. Grand
a) used in the titles of buildings or places that are big and impressive:
the Grand Hotel
Grand Central Station
b) used in the titles of some people who belong to the highest social class:
the Grand Duke of Baden

5. British English informal excellent:
We all had a grand time.
Thank you, Shirley, that’s grand.

6. a grand total the final total you get when you add up several numbers or amounts
a grand total of
You could add the £15,000 Bonus to the First Prize and win a grand total of £125,000!

7. grand (old) age an age when someone is quite old:
She had reached the grand old age of 80.

8. the Grand Old Man of something a man who has been involved in an activity or a profession for a long time and is highly respected:
the Grand Old Man of British theatre
—grandly adverb:
‘I am training her to cook for royalty,’ Auguste said grandly.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. grand2 noun [countable] informal

1. (plural grand) a thousand pounds or dollars:
The car cost him 15 grand.

2. a grand piano

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

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