1. the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100
2. a piano with the strings on a harp-shaped frame; usually supported by 3 legs
1. impressive in scale;
2. of or befitting a lord;
3. impressive in size or scope;
The Grand Canyon is one of the sights of the world.
We had a grand weather for our trip.
The Grand Hotel, venue of this week's talks, is packed out.
The Grand Canal joins the Haihe at Tianjin.
The Grand Canyon in the USA is 1900 metres deep and 25 kilometers wide at its maximum.
The grand manoeuvres will be held tomorrow.
The Grand Canyon in the USA is 1900 metres deep.
The pianist played several pieces of music on a grand piano.
This palace is grand.
They agreed as to the grand outlines, but quibbled over particulars.
The Grand Canal began to build in the Sui Dynasty.
Come on, I'll give you the grand tour of the backyard.
He felt wonder mingled with awe at the Grand Canyon.
We had a grand view of a sea of clouds when we climbed to the top of the mountain.
The evening ended with a grand finale of fireworks and music.
If the grand jury indicts the suspect, he will go to trial.
The man was put in jail for grand larceny.
The Grand Duke of Tuscany
Do you always have a bet on the Grand National?
They won the Grand Slam in 1990.
Gardner recorded the fastest lap in qualifying to earn pole position for today's US Grand Prix.
Few museums could rival the Old Royal Observatory at Greenwich for a grand day out.
We always decorated a grand 6m pine tree on our front lawn with soft, twinkly blue lights.
We hiked the Grand Canyon, exploring Indian cliff dwellings.
Rarely does a grand jury publicly disagree with a prosecutor.
As a Grand Prix driver, you have the Sword of Damocles hanging over your head at every moment.
We dumped our bags at the nearby Grand Hotel and hurried towards the market.
The Grand Hotel did not seem to have changed since her salad days.
He is a protean stylist who can move from blues to ballads and grand symphony.
a (或 the) grand old man of
a man long and highly respected in (a particular field)
a grand old man of Scottish local government.
That car probably cost twenty grand.
pay a hundred grand for protection
big, large, great, grand
grand, magnificent, majestic, splendid, noble
There is relatively little information about grand, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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