whopping


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whop·ping

 (wŏp′ĭng, hwŏp′-) Slang
adj.
Exceptionally large: "yet another whopping pay raise" (Lee Atwater).
adv.
Used as an intensive: a whopping good joke.

[ Present participle of whop.]

whopping

(ˈwɒpɪŋ)
adj
informal uncommonly large

whop•ping

(ˈʰwɒp ɪŋ, ˈwɒp-)

adj. Informal.
1. very large of its kind; thumping: We caught four whopping trout.
adv.
2. extremely; exceedingly: a whopping big lie.
[1615–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.whopping - (used informally) very largewhopping - (used informally) very large; "a thumping loss"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
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"
Adv.1.whopping - extremely; "they all were whopping drunk"

whopping

adjective gigantic, great, big, large, huge, giant, massive, enormous, extraordinary, tremendous, monstrous, whacking (informal), mammoth, prodigious, fuck-off (offensive taboo slang), elephantine, humongous or humungous (U.S. slang) Planned spending amounts to a whopping $31.4 billion.

whopping

adjective
Translations
كَبير، هائِل
enorm
baromi nagyóriási
milzigs, neiedomajams
velikánsky

whopping

[ˈwɒpɪŋ] ADJ (also whopping great) → enorme, grandísimo

whopping

hwɒpɪŋ] adj (= big) [fee] → exorbitant(e); [increase] → spectaculaire; [lie, mistake] → énorme
a whopping 85% of the vote → un pourcentage écrasant de 85% des suffrages
whopping great, whopping big → maous(se) , mahous(se)
a whopping great chocolate cake → un gâteau au chocolat maous

whopping

adj (inf)Mords- (inf), → Riesen-; a whopping amountein Riesenbetrag m, → ein Mordsbetrag m (inf); a whopping big fishein mordsgroßer Fisch (inf), → ein Monstrum ntvon einem Fisch (inf)

whopping

[ˈwɒpɪŋ] adj (fam) (also whopping great) → enorme

whopping

(ˈwopiŋ) adjective
(informal) (also whopping great) huge; very large or big. a whopping lie; a whopping great deficit.
References in classic literature ?
His answer was not cheering to my spirits, for it consisted of two dismal words, 'With whopping.
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Actually, Everton's total of 14 draws may be the league's joint highest, but their proportion of points earned from draws (25%) is merely the joint eighth highest - level with Fulham and behind Sunderland, Villa and Southampton (29%), Reading and Stoke (38%), Norwich (40%) and QPR (a whopping 50%) - so these other teams clearly rely on draws more than Everton.
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Summary: Chefs in Mexico City make a huge sandwich weighing a whopping 700 kg.
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A new survey reveals that a whopping 77 percent of immigrants from the Former Soviet Union support the transfer of Arabs out of the Jewish State.
Yet just yards away the department in charge of sorting out Northern Ireland's housing crisis is splashing out a whopping pounds 300,000 on an art sculpture.