US: /ˈmaɪti/
UK: /mˈa‍ɪti/

English Vietnamese dictionary

mighty /'maiti/
  • tính từ
    • mạnh, hùng cường, hùng mạnh
    • to lớn, vĩ đại, hùng vĩ, đồ sộ
      • the mighty ocean: đại dương hùng vĩ
    • (thông tục) to lớn; phi thường
    • high and mighty
      • vô cùng kiêu ngạo
  • phó từ
    • (thông tục) cực kỳ, hết sức, rất, lắm
      • to think oneself mighty wise: tự cho mình là khôn ngoan lắm
      • it is mighty easy: cái đó dễ lắm

Advanced English dictionary

adjective, adverb
+ adjective (mightier, mightiest)
1 (especially literary) very strong and powerful: a mighty warrior + He struck him with a mighty blow across his shoulder.
2 large and impressive: the mighty Mississippi river + mighty mountain peaks + mighty oak trees
Idioms see HIGH adj.
+ adverb (formal, especially AmE) (with adjectives and adverbs) very: mighty difficult + driving mighty fast + That's a mighty fine car you have!

Thesaurus dictionary

1 powerful, strong, potent, influential, dominant, predominant, ascendant, weighty, doughty, authoritarian, autocratic, indomitable:
The pen is mightier than the sword. He should have thought twice before challenging such a mighty opponent
2 strong, muscular, powerful, robust, strapping, sturdy, brawny, burly, well-built, able-bodied, hardy, Colloq husky, hefty:
The smith a mighty man was he, With large and sinewy hands.
3 big, large, huge, grand, great, enormous, gigantic, tremendous, towering, monumental, prodigious, massive, bulky:
The giant plucked a mighty tree from the earth and flung it across the sea.
4 very, extremely:
It was mighty nice of you to visit me here in the Ozarks.

Concise English dictionary

+having or showing great strength or force or intensity
+(Southern regional intensive) very