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grand [grander, grandest] (having higher rank or more dignity, size, or importance than other similar things)
adjective
[UK: ɡrænd]
[US: ˈɡrænd]

majestuosoadjective

grand [grander, grandest] (of large size or extent)
adjective
[UK: ɡrænd]
[US: ˈɡrænd]

grandeadjective

grand [grands] (one thousand of some currency)
noun
[UK: ɡrænd]
[US: ˈɡrænd]

un milnoun

Grand Canyon (large national park and gorge)
proper noun

Gran Cañónproper noun
{m}

grand duchy (a dominion or region ruled by a grand duke or grand duchess)
noun
[UK: ɡrænd ˈdʌ.tʃi]
[US: ˈɡrænd ˈdʌ.tʃi]

gran ducadonoun
{m}

Grand Duchy of Lithuania (former European state)
proper noun

Gran Ducado de Lituaniaproper noun
{m}

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (official name of Luxembourg)
proper noun

Gran Ducado de Luxemburgoproper noun
{m}

grand duke (ruler or monarch of a grand duchy)
noun
[UK: ɡrænd djuːk]
[US: ˈɡrænd ˈduːk]

gran duquenoun

grand dukedom (title of grand duke or grand duchess)
noun

gran ducadonoun
{m}

grand jury noun
[UK: ɡrænd ˈdʒʊə.ri]
[US: ˈɡrænd ˈdʒʊ.ri]

gran juradonoun
{m}

grand piano (type of piano)
noun
[UK: ɡrænd pɪ.ˈæ.nəʊ]
[US: ˈɡrænd pi.ˈæno.ʊ]

piano de colanoun
{m}

Grand Prix (any of several international races, especially one of a series for Formula One racing cars)
noun
[UK: ɡrænd ˈpriː]
[US: ˈɡrænd ˈpriː]

Gran Premionoun
{m}

grand-quarterly adjective

contracuarteladoadjective

grand total (entire or final sum)
noun
[UK: ɡrænd ˈtəʊt.l̩]
[US: ˈɡrænd ˈtoʊt.l̩]

gran totalnoun
{m}

Grand Turk (an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands)
proper noun

Isla Gran Turcaproper noun
{f}

grand unification theory (theory that unifies fundamental forces)
noun

teoría de gran unificaciónnoun
{f}

grand vizier (greatest minister of a sultan)
noun

gran visirnoun

grandchild [grandchildren] (child of one’s child)
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.tʃaɪld ˈɡræn.tʃɪl.drən]
[US: ˈɡrænd.ˌtʃaɪld ˈɡræn.ˌtʃɪl.drən]

nietonoun
{m}

granddaughter [granddaughters] (daughter of someone’s child)
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.dɔː.tə(r)]
[US: ˈɡræn.ˌdɒ.tər]

nietanoun
{f}

grandee (high-ranking nobleman in Spain or Portugal)
noun
[UK: ɡræn.ˈdiː]
[US: ɡræn.ˈdiː]

grandenoun
{m}

grandeeship (rank or estate of a grandee)
noun

grandezanoun
{f}

grandeur (state of being grand or splendid; magnificence)
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.dʒə(r)]
[US: ɡræn.ˈduːr]

grandezanoun
{f}

grandfather [grandfathers] (grandfather (from either side))
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.fɑː.ðə(r)]
[US: ˈɡrænd.ˌfɑː.ðər]

abuelonoun
{m}

grandfather clock (pendulum clock)
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.fɑː.ðə(r) ˈklɒk]
[US: ˈɡrænd.ˌfɑː.ðər ˈklɑːk]

reloj de pienoun
{m}

grandfather-in-law (grandfather of one's spouse)
noun

abuelo políticonoun

grandiloquent (overly wordy or elaborate)
adjective
[UK: ɡræn.ˈdɪ.lə.kwənt]
[US: ɡræn.ˈdɪ.lə.kwənt]

altisonanteadjective

altísonoadjective

grandilocuenteadjective

grandílocuoadjective

rimbombanteadjective

grandiose (large and impressive, in size, scope or extent)
adjective
[UK: ˈɡræn.dɪəʊs]
[US: ˈɡræn.dɪoʊs]

grandiosoadjective

grandma [grandmas] (grandmother (informal))
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.mɑː]
[US: ˈɡræma]

abuelanoun

abuelitanoun

Grandmaster (highest title for chess player)
noun
[UK: ˌɡrænd.ˈmæ.stə(r)]
[US: ˌɡrænd.ˈmæ.stər]

Gran Maestronoun
{m}

grandmother [grandmothers] (mother of someone's parent)
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn ˌmʌð.ə(r)]
[US: ˈɡræn ˌmʌð.r̩]

abuelanoun
{f}

grandmother-in-law (grandmother of one's spouse)
noun

abuela políticanoun

grandnephew (grandson of a sibling)
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn ne.fjuː]
[US: ˌɡrænd.ˈne.fjuː]

resobrinonoun
{m}

sobrino nietonoun
{m}

grandniece (granddaughter of a sibling)
noun
[UK: ɡræn.ˈniːs]
[US: ɡræn.ˈniːs]

sobrina nietanoun
{f}

grandpa [grandpas] (grandfather (informal))
noun
[UK: ˈɡræn.pɑː]
[US: ˈɡrænd.ˌpɑː]

abuelitonoun

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