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1.
A very sarcastic way of saying NOT GOOD.
"Well, that was just f*cking GREAT!"
作者 Gr8Samurai 2005年5月04日
 
2.
good exagerated
wow, that was great!
作者 not Luke Oliver Baker 2003年2月16日
 
3.
1. Relatively large in size or number or extent; larger than others of its kind.
2. More than usual.
3. (used of persons) standing above others in character or attainment or reputation.
4. Of major significance or importance.
5. Remarkable or out of the ordinary in degree or magnitude or effect.
6. (informal) very good.
7. Uppercase.
8. Marked by active interest and enthusiasm.
7. In an advanced stage of pregnancy.
Arnab Roy chowdhury is great
作者 Arnab Roy chowdhury 2003年10月29日
 
4.
A word that if, you spend enough time, will fine about 1000 synonyms for.
What does great mean? Maybe we shouldn't go there...
作者 jimbobjoeshmoecheese 2004年1月24日
 
5.
1. (adjective) describes something better than good

2. (adjective) when used with sarcasm, describes something that sucks.

3. (noun) an accuracy value assigned in Konami's music simulation game Dance Dance Revolution. Better than "Good", not as good as "Perfect".

4. (verb) the act of getting greats, whether deliberately or not.
1. "Sure, pizza sounds great!"

2. "Oh look, I got parking ticket! Great. I'm glad to see cops are keeping the peace around here!"

3. "Whoa, you FC'ed Trip Machine Survivor? How many Greats?"

4. "I greated the shite out of Murmur Twins on Supernova! Something's wrong with that song."
作者 second tuesday 2006年10月19日
 
6.
When someone tell you something that they think is exceptional but you couldnt care less, your reply? Great (with forced smile)!
'Guess what!'
*sighs* 'What?'
'I got 24 goals in soccer today!'
'Great!' Goes back to reading book.
作者 Dasha_xox 2010年5月10日
 
7.
big, gigantic, monsterous, huge, galactic
scotish girl ; ' Talking about a subject I find it a great one, so many voices and different opinions about somthing great to deal with."

Herculus is great as his big strong muscles rip around the arena.
作者 courtneyseesstarsagain 2010年3月17日