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Synonyms for big
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Wiktionary

  1. bigadjective

    Synonyms:
    BIG suit

  2. bigadjective

    Synonyms:
    sizeable, large, massive, ample, jumbo, huge

    Antonyms:
    small, little, minuscule, miniature, minute, tiny

  3. bigadjective

    An important or powerful person; a celebrity; a big name.

    Elephants are big animals, and they eat a lot.

    Synonyms:
    adult, BIG suit

  4. bigadjective

    Thought to have undue influence.

    There were concerns about the ethics of big science.

    Synonyms:
    adult, major league

  5. bigadjective

    Popular.

    That style is very big right now in Europe, especially among teenagers.

    Synonyms:
    adult

  6. bigadjective

    On a large scale, expansively

    You've got to think big to succeed at Amalgamated Plumbing.

    Synonyms:
    adult

    Antonyms:
    young, little

  7. bigadjective

    Hard.

    He hit him big and the guy just crumpled.

    Synonyms:
    adult

  8. bigadjective

    Important or significant.

    What's so big about that? I do it all the time.

    Synonyms:
    adult

  9. bigadjective

    Enthusiastic (about).

    I'm not big on the idea, but if you want to go ahead with it, I won't stop you.

    Synonyms:
    adult

  10. bigadjective

    Mature, conscientious, principled.

    Synonyms:
    adult

  11. bigadjective

    Well-endowed, possessing large breasts in the case of a woman or a large penis in the case of a man.

    Woah, Nadia has gotten pretty big ever since she hit puberty.

    Synonyms:
    adult

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. big

    Large denotes extension in more than one direction, and beyond the average of the class to which the object belongs; we speak of a large surface or a large solid, but of a long line; a large field, a large room, a large apple, etc. A large man is a man of more than ordinary size; a great man is a man of remarkable mental power. Big is a more emphatic word than large, but of less dignity. We do not say that George Washington was a big man.

    Synonyms:
    abundant, ample, broad, bulky, capacious, coarse, colossal, commodious, considerable, enormous, extensive, gigantic, grand, great, huge, immense, large, long, massive, spacious, vast, wide

    Antonyms:
    brief, diminutive, inconsiderable, infinitesimal, insignificant, limited, little, mean, microscopic, minute, narrow, paltry, petty, scanty, short, slender, slight, small, tiny, trifling, trivial

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. big

    Synonyms:
    large, great, wide, huge, bulky, proud, arrogant, pompous, fat, massive, gross

    Antonyms:
    little, small, narrow, minute, slight, lean, affable, easy, unaffected

Princeton's WordNet

  1. large, bigadjective

    above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent

    "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family"; "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of the world"

    Synonyms:
    bountiful, magnanimous, full-grown, prominent, grownup, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, heavy(p), giving, bombastic, turgid, grown, large(p), enceinte, tumid, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, bighearted, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), large, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), bragging(a), bad, freehanded, with child(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, openhanded, declamatory, adult, orotund, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    elflike, midget, small, diminutive, invisible, itty-bitty, immature, subatomic, pocketable, olive-sized, shrimpy, miniscule, gnomish, lesser, puny, undersize, small-scale, teensy-weensy, teeny-weeny, stingy, teentsy, atomic, smaller, inconspicuous, flyspeck, light, weensy, pocket-size, dinky, slender, weeny, runty, microscopic, micro, undersized, itsy-bitsy, bantam, ungenerous, teeny, teensy, littler, miniature, soft, humble, bitty, nonpregnant, mild, wee, minute, tiny, slim, unimportant, petite, minuscule, bittie, lilliputian, smallish, half-size, temperate, dwarfish, meanspirited, little, pocket-sized, microscopical, infinitesimal, elfin

  2. bigadjective

    significant

    "graduation was a big day in his life"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), giving, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, adult, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    teeny-weeny, itty-bitty, microscopic, shrimpy, lesser, teeny, temperate, light, minute, slender, ungenerous, tiny, olive-sized, smallish, dinky, microscopical, invisible, elflike, pocket-sized, midget, small-scale, subatomic, bantam, pocket-size, minuscule, infinitesimal, undersize, little, weensy, weeny, diminutive, immature, micro, miniscule, stingy, teentsy, inconspicuous, meanspirited, bittie, littler, puny, mild, smaller, petite, itsy-bitsy, pocketable, atomic, wee, gnomish, half-size, flyspeck, soft, small, teensy-weensy, miniature, humble, dwarfish, unimportant, undersized, nonpregnant, bitty, slim, teensy, lilliputian, runty, elfin

  3. bad, bigadjective

    very intense

    "a bad headache"; "in a big rage"; "had a big (or bad) shock"; "a bad earthquake"; "a bad storm"

    Synonyms:
    bountiful, magnanimous, full-grown, speculative, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, sorry, braggy, with child(p), giving, uncollectible, grownup, regretful, grown, large(p), enceinte, bounteous, tough, liberal, unfit, high-risk, self-aggrandizing, swelled, risky, bighearted, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), large, expectant, heavy(a), unsound, spoilt, great(p), bragging(a), bad, freehanded, spoiled, heavy(p), forged, big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, openhanded, adult, defective, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    undersized, lesser, teeny, lilliputian, tiny, itty-bitty, elfin, humble, teensy-weensy, undersize, inconspicuous, temperate, teentsy, light, smallish, bitty, ungenerous, miniscule, pocket-sized, runty, bittie, slender, midget, smaller, shrimpy, gnomish, petite, pocketable, flyspeck, weensy, miniature, little, olive-sized, itsy-bitsy, puny, unimportant, dinky, teensy, atomic, pocket-size, elflike, small, minute, microscopic, nonpregnant, mild, wee, teeny-weeny, meanspirited, half-size, subatomic, invisible, dwarfish, micro, soft, minuscule, slim, bantam, weeny, microscopical, diminutive, stingy, immature, infinitesimal, small-scale, littler

  4. bigadjective

    loud and firm

    "a big voice"; "big bold piano sounds"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), giving, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, adult, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    miniature, small-scale, itty-bitty, pocketable, subatomic, mild, midget, lesser, smaller, olive-sized, atomic, wee, slim, unimportant, half-size, pocket-sized, soft, dwarfish, humble, teeny, pocket-size, inconspicuous, immature, small, bantam, stingy, smallish, petite, weensy, bittie, bitty, flyspeck, microscopic, teensy-weensy, teeny-weeny, teentsy, invisible, infinitesimal, littler, elfin, runty, ungenerous, itsy-bitsy, undersized, undersize, puny, microscopical, nonpregnant, elflike, gnomish, minuscule, meanspirited, diminutive, micro, miniscule, light, little, shrimpy, temperate, weeny, lilliputian, tiny, dinky, slender, minute, teensy

  5. big, large, prominentadjective

    conspicuous in position or importance

    "a big figure in the movement"; "big man on campus"; "he's very large in financial circles"; "a prominent citizen"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, spectacular, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), striking, giving, bombastic, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, tumid, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, turgid, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, salient, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, declamatory, adult, orotund, gravid, big(p), crowing, outstanding

    Antonyms:
    tiny, miniscule, infinitesimal, littler, itsy-bitsy, small, pocket-sized, stingy, miniature, bitty, puny, subatomic, dinky, elfin, weensy, undersize, weeny, microscopic, smaller, humble, bittie, slender, olive-sized, nonpregnant, teeny, immature, smallish, mild, shrimpy, dwarfish, microscopical, pocket-size, teentsy, minute, inconspicuous, soft, lilliputian, undersized, little, minuscule, unimportant, ungenerous, pocketable, elflike, half-size, flyspeck, light, teeny-weeny, small-scale, petite, gnomish, runty, invisible, slim, diminutive, midget, teensy, micro, meanspirited, wee, bantam, itty-bitty, lesser, temperate, teensy-weensy, atomic

  6. big(a), heavy(a)adjective

    prodigious

    "big spender"; "big eater"; "heavy investor"

    Antonyms:
    microscopical, undersized, humble, weeny, teeny, pocket-sized, undersize, smallish, miniature, unimportant, teeny-weeny, teentsy, immature, midget, itsy-bitsy, mild, half-size, olive-sized, elfin, atomic, bittie, bantam, micro, light, small-scale, slender, lilliputian, teensy, teensy-weensy, pocket-size, microscopic, infinitesimal, elflike, minute, subatomic, dinky, dwarfish, weensy, pocketable, meanspirited, slim, gnomish, temperate, itty-bitty, miniscule, wee, puny, lesser, stingy, littler, nonpregnant, shrimpy, minuscule, little, diminutive, smaller, flyspeck, petite, ungenerous, soft, bitty, small, tiny, runty, inconspicuous, invisible

  7. boastful, braggart(a), bragging(a), braggy, big, cock-a-hoop, crowing, self-aggrandizing, self-aggrandisingadjective

    exhibiting self-importance

    "big talk"

    Antonyms:
    miniature, pocket-sized, little, miniscule, unimportant, gnomish, slender, pocket-size, mild, itty-bitty, invisible, micro, undersized, humble, subatomic, infinitesimal, nonpregnant, dwarfish, temperate, immature, minute, undersize, lesser, bittie, small, olive-sized, stingy, teeny, puny, slim, dinky, pocketable, smaller, itsy-bitsy, microscopical, light, weensy, teeny-weeny, minuscule, midget, teensy-weensy, tiny, weeny, ungenerous, lilliputian, elflike, meanspirited, microscopic, smallish, runty, atomic, inconspicuous, half-size, flyspeck, elfin, littler, bitty, petite, bantam, teensy, diminutive, soft, small-scale, wee, shrimpy, teentsy

  8. big, swelled, vaingloriousadjective

    feeling self-importance

    "too big for his britches"; "had a swelled head"; "he was swelled with pride"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), giving, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, adult, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    teeny-weeny, stingy, teensy, itsy-bitsy, undersized, petite, unimportant, half-size, pocket-size, subatomic, bittie, immature, invisible, slim, lilliputian, humble, minuscule, infinitesimal, dwarfish, inconspicuous, light, diminutive, teeny, micro, shrimpy, atomic, elflike, teentsy, runty, pocketable, undersize, microscopic, meanspirited, weeny, lesser, microscopical, nonpregnant, soft, temperate, flyspeck, pocket-sized, little, dinky, teensy-weensy, littler, bitty, tiny, gnomish, smallish, slender, wee, bantam, miniature, itty-bitty, smaller, elfin, small, minute, ungenerous, puny, small-scale, mild, weensy, miniscule, olive-sized, midget

  9. adult, big, full-grown, fully grown, grown, grownupadjective

    (of animals) fully developed

    "an adult animal"; "a grown woman"

    Synonyms:
    bountiful, magnanimous, full-grown, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, heavy(p), giving, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), with child(p), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, pornographic, big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, openhanded, adult, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    soft, humble, undersized, teeny, puny, half-size, undersize, microscopic, itty-bitty, ungenerous, teeny-weeny, slim, wee, dwarfish, runty, teensy-weensy, diminutive, invisible, miniscule, weeny, olive-sized, microscopical, small-scale, lesser, petite, bitty, minute, dinky, pocketable, flyspeck, lilliputian, smallish, small, stingy, miniature, bittie, infinitesimal, minuscule, slender, littler, weensy, micro, little, tiny, itsy-bitsy, pocket-size, immature, light, inconspicuous, smaller, elflike, elfin, shrimpy, subatomic, gnomish, midget, nonpregnant, unimportant, pocket-sized, teensy, mild, temperate, bantam, atomic, meanspirited, teentsy

  10. bigadjective

    marked by intense physical force

    "a big wind"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), giving, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, adult, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    slender, half-size, temperate, midget, elflike, undersize, ungenerous, nonpregnant, teeny-weeny, puny, stingy, itsy-bitsy, dwarfish, lilliputian, weensy, runty, miniature, humble, teentsy, pocketable, bitty, olive-sized, pocket-size, diminutive, littler, mild, little, soft, teensy-weensy, lesser, infinitesimal, slim, bantam, smallish, petite, flyspeck, small-scale, weeny, bittie, itty-bitty, gnomish, minuscule, invisible, microscopical, unimportant, subatomic, tiny, dinky, small, inconspicuous, minute, undersized, teensy, immature, pocket-sized, atomic, shrimpy, light, micro, smaller, teeny, elfin, microscopic, miniscule, wee, meanspirited

  11. big, large, magnanimousadjective

    generous and understanding and tolerant

    "a heart big enough to hold no grudges"; "that's very big of you to be so forgiving"; "a large and generous spirit"; "a large heart"; "magnanimous toward his enemies"

    Synonyms:
    magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, braggy, with child(p), giving, bombastic, greathearted, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, tumid, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, turgid, heavy(p), big(a), self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, declamatory, adult, orotund, gravid, big(p), crowing

    Antonyms:
    teensy-weensy, temperate, teentsy, smallish, undersize, pocket-sized, gnomish, inconspicuous, small-scale, ungenerous, dwarfish, teeny, diminutive, bantam, runty, weeny, olive-sized, flyspeck, meanspirited, small, slim, bitty, micro, miniature, lilliputian, minute, humble, puny, teeny-weeny, half-size, weensy, midget, soft, elfin, undersized, nonpregnant, slender, infinitesimal, shrimpy, pocket-size, bittie, unimportant, subatomic, littler, itty-bitty, stingy, wee, immature, teensy, dinky, elflike, petite, light, miniscule, little, invisible, itsy-bitsy, microscopical, minuscule, tiny, smaller, atomic, microscopic, lesser, pocketable, mild

  12. big, bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, freehanded, handsome, giving, liberal, openhandedadjective

    given or giving freely

    "was a big tipper"; "the bounteous goodness of God"; "bountiful compliments"; "a freehanded host"; "a handsome allowance"; "Saturday's child is loving and giving"; "a liberal backer of the arts"; "a munificent gift"; "her fond and openhanded grandfather"

    Synonyms:
    plentiful, magnanimous, bountiful, prominent, vainglorious, cock-a-hoop, free, braggy, good-looking, with child(p), fine-looking, giving, large-minded, grownup, grown, large(p), enceinte, well-favoured, bounteous, liberal, self-aggrandizing, broad, swelled, handsome, fully grown, braggart(a), bighearted, expectant, freehand, tolerant, heavy(a), great(p), large, bragging(a), bad, freehanded, heavy(p), well-favored, big(a), better-looking, self-aggrandising, boastful, full-grown, openhanded, adult, gravid, big(p), crowing, loose

    Antonyms:
    meanspirited, microscopic, elfin, flyspeck, small-scale, minuscule, undersize, temperate, pocketable, miniature, lesser, soft, bantam, teensy, microscopical, pocket-sized, teensy-weensy, ungenerous, little, gnomish, smallish, wee, unimportant, pocket-size, smaller, humble, teeny-weeny, minute, petite, dinky, elflike, littler, teeny, bittie, dwarfish, stingy, undersized, weeny, weensy, itsy-bitsy, subatomic, itty-bitty, atomic, infinitesimal, shrimpy, slim, half-size, diminutive, immature, lilliputian, bitty, puny, inconspicuous, mild, miniscule, invisible, light, slender, runty, teentsy, small, olive-sized, tiny, micro, nonpregnant, midget

  13. big(p), enceinte, expectant, gravid, great(p), large(p), heavy(p), with child(p)adverb

    in an advanced stage of pregnancy

    "was big with child"; "was great with child"

    Antonyms:
    humble, smallish, ungenerous, tiny, slim, mild, smaller, teeny-weeny, pocket-size, midget, miniature, weeny, meanspirited, soft, invisible, elflike, olive-sized, itty-bitty, teensy, slender, unimportant, lilliputian, shrimpy, itsy-bitsy, immature, miniscule, elfin, weensy, littler, micro, dwarfish, wee, diminutive, atomic, gnomish, petite, puny, little, dinky, small-scale, lesser, bittie, pocket-sized, infinitesimal, subatomic, bitty, runty, microscopic, minuscule, microscopical, teeny, half-size, pocketable, small, temperate, teentsy, teensy-weensy, undersize, flyspeck, light, bantam, undersized, minute, inconspicuous, nonpregnant, stingy

  14. bigadverb

    extremely well

    "his performance went over big"

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, boastfully, large

    Antonyms:
    lilliputian, teensy-weensy, invisible, itty-bitty, gnomish, slim, elfin, miniscule, stingy, smaller, weensy, bittie, olive-sized, diminutive, slender, ungenerous, microscopical, miniature, elflike, dwarfish, mild, undersize, inconspicuous, micro, soft, pocket-size, puny, flyspeck, teeny, atomic, lesser, light, teensy, humble, small-scale, littler, bitty, minuscule, smallish, tiny, minute, dinky, undersized, midget, bantam, microscopic, subatomic, weeny, teentsy, half-size, wee, shrimpy, petite, meanspirited, teeny-weeny, nonpregnant, little, infinitesimal, pocket-sized, small, unimportant, temperate, pocketable, runty, immature, itsy-bitsy

  15. boastfully, vauntingly, big, largeadverb

    in a boastful manner

    "he talked big all evening"

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, large, boastfully

    Antonyms:
    invisible, slim, petite, micro, puny, humble, dwarfish, dinky, elflike, weeny, bittie, bantam, half-size, mild, lesser, smallish, infinitesimal, teentsy, elfin, unimportant, slender, small, lilliputian, microscopical, teensy-weensy, pocketable, midget, runty, pocket-size, atomic, stingy, itsy-bitsy, minuscule, itty-bitty, teeny-weeny, diminutive, shrimpy, ungenerous, nonpregnant, littler, inconspicuous, weensy, wee, miniature, little, bitty, teensy, microscopic, undersize, pocket-sized, flyspeck, temperate, light, gnomish, teeny, soft, miniscule, small-scale, tiny, immature, smaller, minute, meanspirited, undersized, subatomic, olive-sized

  16. bigadverb

    on a grand scale

    "think big"

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, boastfully, large

    Antonyms:
    slender, invisible, unimportant, bantam, teentsy, weensy, bitty, pocket-size, lesser, pocket-sized, elflike, microscopical, soft, little, teeny, pocketable, minute, microscopic, petite, shrimpy, subatomic, infinitesimal, immature, littler, itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, ungenerous, meanspirited, humble, smaller, small, diminutive, smallish, puny, runty, dwarfish, itty-bitty, stingy, flyspeck, minuscule, micro, tiny, undersize, inconspicuous, miniature, temperate, olive-sized, gnomish, nonpregnant, mild, wee, lilliputian, slim, atomic, teensy, dinky, light, miniscule, teensy-weensy, midget, elfin, bittie, small-scale, undersized, half-size, weeny

  17. bigadverb

    in a major way

    "the play failed big at the box office"

    Synonyms:
    vauntingly, boastfully, large

    Antonyms:
    slender, light, smallish, itty-bitty, teensy, lesser, microscopic, little, bitty, small-scale, minute, unimportant, teensy-weensy, flyspeck, undersize, humble, puny, miniature, ungenerous, meanspirited, atomic, miniscule, weeny, soft, midget, microscopical, wee, slim, undersized, lilliputian, teentsy, diminutive, bantam, bittie, weensy, itsy-bitsy, elfin, nonpregnant, dinky, temperate, shrimpy, subatomic, teeny-weeny, pocket-size, minuscule, petite, pocket-sized, elflike, micro, inconspicuous, stingy, gnomish, littler, dwarfish, small, pocketable, immature, tiny, runty, infinitesimal, mild, olive-sized, invisible, half-size, teeny, smaller

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  1. large object

    it is a large object,very large object

    that is a big dog

    Submitted by rinat on August 26, 2019  
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    a large or enormous object

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Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. bigadjective

    Synonyms:
    great, large, huge, bulky, massive, massy

  2. bigadjective

    Synonyms:
    haughty, arrogant, proud, pompous, important, swelling, blustering, assuming, self-conceited, self-sufficient

  3. bigadjective

    Synonyms:
    pregnant, ENCEINTE, with child, in the family way

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  1. Dimitris Spiridis:

    So, we are all living downstairs together. One big family, 22 people in total. It's fine.

  2. Hadi Ghaemi:

    Shi'ite clerics are really masters of the art of the deal, so while it is important how big your faction is in the Assembly of Experts it does depend on who the charismatic dealmaker is at that time.

  3. Richard Branson:

    Every team next year will be working hard to beat each other and all that manpower, finance and energy will produce breakthroughs and make a big difference to normal battery-driven cars.

  4. Alexander Ivlev:

    For everyone its absolutely clear that this is a big market that will be back over time.

  5. Steve McNamara:

    Uber has demonstrated time and time again that it simply can't be trusted to put the safety of Londoners, its drivers and other road users above profit. Sadly, it seems that Uber is too big to regulate effectively, but too big to fail.


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