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size·a·ble

 (sī′zə-bəl)
adj.
Variant of sizable.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sizeable - fairly largesizeable - fairly large; "a sizable fortune"; "an ample waistline"; "of ample proportions"
big, large - above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family"; "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of the world"
2.sizeable - large in amount or extent or degree; "it cost a considerable amount"; "a goodly amount"; "received a hefty bonus"; "a respectable sum"; "a tidy sum of money"; "a sizable fortune"
considerable - large or relatively large in number or amount or extent or degree; "a considerable quantity"; "the economy was a considerable issue in the campaign"; "went to considerable trouble for us"; "spent a considerable amount of time on the problem"

sizeable

sizable
adjective large, considerable, substantial, goodly, decent, respectable, tidy (informal), decent-sized, largish These polls give the candidate a very sizeable vote.

sizable

also sizeable
adjective
1. Notably above average in amount, size, or scope:
Informal: tidy.
2. Somewhat big:
Translations
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sizeable

[ˈsaɪzəbl] ADJ [sum of money etc] → considerable, importante; [object] → bastante grande
it's quite a sizeable housees una casa bastante grande
a sizeable sumuna cantidad importante

sizeable

sizable [ˈsaɪzəbəl] adj [population] → non négligeable, assez important(e); [fortune] → confortable; [amount, chunk, proportion, salary] → appréciable; [house, garden] → de bonnes dimensions

sizeable

adjziemlich groß, größer; car, estate, jewel alsoansehnlich; sum, problem, difference alsobeträchtlich

sizeable

[ˈsaɪzəbl] adj (house, diamond) → abbastanza grande; (sum, problem) → considerevole, notevole

size

(saiz) noun
1. largeness. an area the size of a football pitch; The size of the problem alarmed us.
2. one of a number of classes in which shoes, dresses etc are grouped according to measurements. I take size 5 in shoes.
ˈsizeable adjective
fairly large. His income is quite sizeable, now that he has been promoted.
size up
to form an opinion about a person, situation etc. He sized up the situation and acted immediately.
References in classic literature ?
You see, in addi- tion to the dinner-materials, which called for a suffi- ciently round sum, I had bought a lot of extras for the future comfort of the family: for instance, a big lot of wheat, a delicacy as rare to the tables of their class as was ice-cream to a hermit's; also a sizeable deal dinner-table; also two entire pounds of salt, which was another piece of extravagance in those people's eyes; also crockery, stools, the clothes, a small cask of beer, and so on.
It was a well-known fact that Gossett was in the midst of some rather sizeable deals at that time.
Total quantity or scope: LOT 1 Pt sing and wave estimate min / max for a ctr Subs and framework for action was considered a standard ample comprises: static one ample, ample type 1 data center, one sizeable panel.
Nearly 50-percent of the population in the Euratlantic regions is under 35-years old, providing employers with a sizeable core of young talent.
Given that the NZD previously rallied on its sizeable yield advantage versus major forex counterparts, such developments leave a decidedly bearish bias for the currency itself.
The town's financial profile is healthy; Fitch views the city's sizeable reserves as another positive consideration.
In per capita terms, the French lead by a clear margin, thanks largely to the established and sizeable nature of the individual fruit compotes category in that country.