grandadjective

  • ja壮大な、雄大な
  • enimpressive because of size, importance, character, style, etc.

Examples

PLAY
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Mute
1.
You're an explorer too?
2.
Oh, that's such a grand word.
3.
But yes, I suppose I am.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
My grand design, it will change everything.
2.
Uh-huh, we go out the way we came?
3.
Yeah, it's 2 rights and then a left.
4.
But you're really not in the least bit curious about what I'm doing?
5.
My grand design?
6.
Not particularly.
7.
Okay, but I have to say, if you guys had a grand design, I'd at least listen to it.
8.
Of course, I've always been curious.
9.
Even as a child, I took apart my alarm clock to see how it worked.
10.
But that's me, and you guys are you.
11.
And I guess I gotta respect that.
12.
Well, then it's settled —
13.
Seize them!
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Mute
1.
Gina, what's this all about?
2.
I wanted to make one final grand entrance.
3.
Final?
4.
What do you mean?
5.
I've decided to leave the Nine-Nine.
6.
Which is why...
7.
Oh, okay.
8.
...I'm handing in my 2 weeks' notice.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
That promise launched a friendship so grand,
2.
it takes 103 scrapbooks to capture it.

Other meanings for grand...

grandnoun

  • ja1000(ドル等)
  • ena unit of 1,000, usually applied to dollars
PLAY
3:32 / --:--
Mute
1.
Do you realize what you're asking for, here?
2.
You're talking about salary plus health benefits—
3.
- And dental, this time. - But —
4.
Insurance, taxes, social security for 3 people.
5.
This is a heck of a lot more than 60 grand.
6.
You're talking about a multimillion-dollar buyout.
7.
These are our demands.
8.
Your company cannot be worth that much.
9.
Our company is worth nothing.
PLAY
3:11 / --:--
Mute
1.
So, Dwight, tell him about the kung fu, and the car, and everything.
2.
Yeah, I got a '78 280Z.
3.
I bought it for $1,200, fixed it up.
4.
- It's now worth 3 grand. - That is his profit.
5.
Yeah, a new engine, suspension. I got a respray.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
How much do you think it'd really cost to produce your play?
2.
I don't know, 2, 3 grand.
3.
Okay. Well, then it shouldn't be that hard to find someone to put up the money.
4.
You'd really find me someone to put up the money to produce my play?
5.
- I meant the— - Hey!
6.
Did she not say "It shouldn't be that hard to find someone to put up the money?"
7.
So you'll do that, right?
PLAY
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Mute
1.
So what do people think is the key to happiness?
2.
We went on to the streets of Brighton, where Jessica lives, to find out.
3.
That's a good question.
4.
Financial stability, probably.
5.
A hundred grand a year, I guess.
6.
More money, and a nicer car.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
Let's not talk about the body so much, let's talk about how beautiful this casket is.
2.
Yeah, it better be beautiful. It's one of the most expensive things you'll ever buy.
3.
Funeral homes can charge upwards of 10 grand for a coffin.
4.
The lid is titanium-steel. It's lined with mink fur and it comes with free WiFi.
5.
It's what pa-pop would've wanted.
6.
Do you have any cheaper options?
7.
Well, for those who don't love their pa-pop, we do have this "My Loved One Deserved to Die" model.
8.
You will need to decide quickly, the funeral is tomorrow.
9.
Pa-pop would've wanted the WiFi.
10.
I'm so sorry for your loss.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
Can I see your hands?
2.
Oh, they are rough.
3.
He's worked.
4.
I think he's a mechanic.
5.
He makes a good living.
6.
I would say maybe 200,000 a year?
7.
You own your own shop, you can make a lot.
8.
Ten grand a year, legally.
9.
Thank you.
10.
Thank you.
PLAY
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Mute
1.
Dude, can we speed this up?
2.
There's some great games on right now.
3.
Yeah, as soon as I can find something for my grandma that's under 5 grand, we can get out of here.