US: /pɹəˈdɪdʒəs/
UK: /pɹədˈɪd‍ʒəs/

English Vietnamese dictionary

prodigious /prodigious/
  • tính từ
    • phi thường, kỳ lạ; to lớn, lớn lao
      • a prodigious sum of money: một món tiền lớn

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
[usually before noun] (formal) very large or powerful and causing surprise or admiration
a prodigious achievement / memory / talent + Laser discs can store prodigious amounts of information.
prodigiously adverb: a prodigiously talented musician

Thesaurus dictionary

1 vast, immeasurable, colossal, enormous, huge, giant, gigantic, immense, mammoth, monumental, tremendous, stupendous, titanic, Brobdingnagian, gargantuan, Herculean, cyclopean, leviathan, monstrous, extensive, Colloq US ginormous, humongous:
There is a prodigious amount of water vapour contained in a cloudy sky. You may accuse her of being a workaholic, but consider the prodigious amount she gets done in a day.
2 amazing, astonishing, astounding, startling, extraordinary, exceptional, marvellous, wonderful, wondrous, fabulous, miraculous, phenomenal, spectacular, fantastic, sensational, unusual, staggering, striking, dumbfounding or dumfounding, remarkable, noteworthy, notable, Colloq flabbergasting, mind-boggling, mind-blowing:
In those days, running a mile in four minutes was considered a prodigious feat.

Concise English dictionary

+so great in size or force or extent as to elicit awe
+of momentous or ominous significance
+far beyond what is usual in magnitude or degree