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vast

Meaning: tr
geniş; uçsuz bucaksız; dünya kadar
The woman did not know that the Universe is really vast and she is but a small part of it.
Every night, we all gaze up at the magnificent starry sky above us thinking about the vastness and the expanse of space... it really is quite a bit to take in.
They crossed the vast continent on foot.
Communists generally distinguish between personal property, such as toothbrushes or personal living space, and private property, such as vast swaths of land where buildings are rented out to workers so that the unproductive class can profit off their need for personal living space.
In Tom's new novel, extraterrestrials pursue the ambitious goal of presenting all the life forms in the galaxy in a single vast menagerie. Individual humans are also carried off for this purpose and -- due to the enormous diversity of species -- thrown together with the apes of the planet Earth, without distinction. John found that highly offensive.
The Sistine Chapel is a vast chapel built inside the Vatican Palace in 1473.
The southern Italian island of Sicily has been covered with a vast plume of smoke and ash.
With roughly 100 billion planets in our galaxy, 100 billion galaxies in the universe, and trillions of years ahead, planet studies in the universe have vast possibilities across both space and time.
Imagine if the vast wealth of corporations were put to use for conquering space.
Across vast swaths of the Middle East, basic security, basic order has broken down.
Added on 2014-07-12 | by m1gin | View: 515

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