US: /ˈɡɹænd/
UK: /ɡɹˈænd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

grand /grænd/
  • tính từ
    • rất quan trọng, rất lớn
      • grand question: vấn đề rất quan trọng
      • to make a grand mistake: phạm một lỗi lầm rất lớn
    • hùng vĩ, uy nghi, trang nghiêm, huy hoàng
      • a grand view: một cách hùng vĩ
    • cao quý, cao thượng; trang trọng, bệ vệ
      • grand manner: cử chỉ cao quý
      • a grand air: điệu bộ trang trọng bệ vệ
    • vĩ đại, cừ khôi, xuất chúng, lỗi lạc, ưu tú
      • Grand Lenin: Lênin vĩ đại
      • he's a grand fellow: anh ấy là một tay cừ khôi
    • (thông tục) tuyệt, hay, đẹp
      • what grand weather!: trời đẹp tuyệt!
    • chính, lơn, tổng quát
      • the grand entrance: cổng chính
      • a grand archestra: dàn nhạc lớn
      • the grand total: tổng số tổng quát
    • to do the grand
      • làm bộ làm tịch; lên mặt
  • danh từ
    • (âm nhạc) đàn pianô cánh
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) một nghìn đô la

Advanced English dictionary

adjective, noun
+ adjective (grander, grandest)
1 impressive and large or important: It's not a very grand house. + The wedding was a very grand occasion.
2 (Grand) [only before noun] used in the names of impressive or very large buildings, etc: the Grand Canyon + We stayed at the Grand Hotel.
3 needing a lot of effort, money or time to succeed but intended to achieve impressive results: a grand design / plan / strategy + New Yorkers built their city on a grand scale.
4 (of people) behaving in a proud way because they are rich or from a high social class: They're all Lord or Lady somebody or other, but they're not at all grand. + She put on her grandest air and waltzed into the living room to join the others.
5 (dialect or informal) very good or enjoyable; excellent: I had a grand day out at the seaside. + Thanks. That'll be grand! + Fred did a grand job of painting the house.
6 (Grand) used in the titles of people of very high social rank: the Grand Duchess Elena
See also - GRANDEUR
grandly adverb: He described himself grandly as a 'landscape architect'. + 'It is not the money,' she replied grandly, 'it is the principle of the thing.'
grandness noun [U]: the grandness of the surroundings
Idioms: a / the grand old age a great age: She finally learned to drive at the grand old age of 70.
a / the grand old man (of sth) a man who is respected in a particular profession that he has been involved in for a long time: Arthur C. Clarke, the grand old man of science fiction
+ noun
1 (plural grand) (informal) $1 000; £1 000: It'll cost you five grand!

Thesaurus dictionary

1 large, great, huge, immense, enormous, impressive, imposing, splendid, fine, majestic, stately, lofty, monumental, lavish, magnificent, opulent, luxurious, palatial, sumptuous, Colloq posh:
We were led into a grand hall where thousands awaited the emperor.
2 dignified, distinguished, august, respected, eminent, pre-eminent, outstanding, celebrated, illustrious, renowned, notable, legendary, exalted, revered, venerable, immortal:
He is regarded as the grand old man of chemistry.
3 flamboyant, overdone, histrionic, ostentatious, pretentious, grandiose, lordly:
The abysmal performance was punctuated by the actors' grand strutting and gesturing.
4 complete, total, sum, comprehensive, (all-)inclusive; bottom-line:
The grand total of expenses came to $12,467.22.
5 marvellous, wonderful, outstanding, first-class, first-rate, splendid, excellent, superb, admirable, Colloq great, marvy, smashing, terrific, fantastic, fabulous, fantabulous, super:
Isn't it grand that Freda will be able to go!
6 principal, chief, main, head, leading, foremost, highest:
The grand vizier was second only to the caliph.

Concise English dictionary

+the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100
+a piano with the strings on a horizontal harp-shaped frame; usually supported by three legs
+of behavior that is impressive and ambitious in scale or scope
+of or befitting a lord
+rich and superior in quality
+extraordinarily good; used especially as intensifiers
+of high moral or intellectual value; elevated in nature or style
+large and impressive in physical size or extent
+the most important and magnificent in adornment
+used of a person's appearance or behavior; befitting an eminent person