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pa·la·tial

 (pə-lā′shəl)
adj.
1. Of or suitable for a palace: palatial furnishings.
2. Of the nature of a palace, as in spaciousness or ornateness: a palatial yacht.

[From Latin Palātium, imperial residence; see palace.]

pa·la′tial·ly adv.
pa·la′tial·ness n.
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palatial

(pəˈleɪʃəl)
adj
of, resembling, or suitable for a palace; sumptuous
paˈlatially adv
paˈlatialness n
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pa•la•tial

(pəˈleɪ ʃəl)

adj.
1. pertaining to or resembling a palace: a palatial house.
2. suitable for a palace; magnificent.
[1745–55; < Latin palāti(um) palace + -al1]
pa•la′tial•ly, adv.
pa•la′tial•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.palatial - relating to or being a palace; "the palatial residence"
2.palatial - suitable for or like a palace; "palatial furnishings"; "a palatial yacht"
impressive - making a strong or vivid impression; "an impressive ceremony"
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palatial

adjective magnificent, grand, imposing, splendid, gorgeous, luxurious, spacious, majestic, regal, stately, sumptuous, plush (informal), illustrious, grandiose, opulent, de luxe, splendiferous (facetious) a palatial Hollywood mansion
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palatial

adjective
Characterized by extravagant, ostentatious magnificence:
Informal: plushy.
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Translations
فَخْم، جَليل
honosnýpalácový
herskabelig
palotaszerű
mikilfenglegur; líkastur höll
honosný
saray gibi

palatial

[pəˈleɪʃəl] ADJsuntuoso, espléndido
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palatial

[pəˈleɪʃəl] adj [home, mansion] → grandiose, magnifique
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palatial

adj (= spacious)palastartig; (= luxurious)luxuriös, prunkvoll, feudal (hum inf)
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palatial

[pəˈleɪʃl] adjsontuoso/a, sfarzoso/a
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palace

(ˈpӕləs) noun
a large and magnificent house, especially one lived in by a king or queen. Buckingham Palace.
palatial (pəˈleiʃəl) adjective
large and magnificent, as (in) a palace. They lived in a palatial house; palatial rooms.
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The Grosvenor was almost awe-inspiring in terms of its palatialness, not surprising really considering this has been a regular haunt of royalty and some of the world's leading celebrities.