- • "large portion yes !". An exclamation used to express excitement.
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large portion — large part, great amount … English contemporary dictionary
extra large portion — extremely large portion … English contemporary dictionary
portion — [ pɔrsjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1160; lat. portio 1 ♦ Part qui revient à qqn. ♢ Spécialt Quantité de nourriture, partie d un mets destinée à une personne. ⇒ ration. « Une tranche de pain et une “portion”, dans une gamelle » (Duhamel). Portion de gâteau. ⇒ 1 … Encyclopédie Universelle
portion — UK US /ˈpɔːʃən/ noun [C] ► a part or share of something larger: »A large portion of the company s profits is ploughed back into new projects. »These products account for a relatively small portion of sales. ► COMMERCE the amount of a particular… … Financial and business terms
portion — noun 1 part/share ADJECTIVE ▪ considerable, good, huge, large, major, significant, sizeable, substantial ▪ small … Collocations dictionary
portion — 01. He gives a small [portion] of his earnings to charity every payday. 02. I put a [portion] of my salary into a savings account each month to use for our summer vacation. 03. I like this restaurant; they give you enormous [portions] of food at… … Grammatical examples in English
portion — portionable, adj. portionless, adj. /pawr sheuhn, pohr /, n. 1. a part of any whole, either separated from or integrated with it: I read a portion of the manuscript. 2. an amount of food served for one person; serving; helping: He took a large… … Universalium
Large Magellanic Cloud — The Large Magellanic Cloud Observation data (J2000 epoch) Constellation Dorado/Mensa … Wikipedia
portion — por|tion1 [ˈpo:ʃən US ˈpo:r ] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: Latin portio] 1.) a part of something larger, especially a part that is different from the other parts portion of ▪ The front portion of the rocket breaks off. ▪ The rent on… … Dictionary of contemporary English
large — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ appear, feel, look, seem ▪ Some of the clothes looked very large. ▪ become, get … Collocations dictionary