Decoded Slug: ใหญ่โต (hái dto) - Huge, very big, enormous

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ใหญ่โต (hái dto) - Huge, very big, enormous

ใหญ่โต (hái dto) - Huge, very big, enormous

Short explanation:

Used to amplify the meaning of 'big' or 'large'; 'enormous' or 'huge' in Thai.

Formation:

Noun + ใหญ่โต

Examples:

ตึก ออฟฟิศ ที่ ตั้งขึ้น บน ที่ดิน นั้น ใหญ่โต มาก เลย
Teuk offish thi tang khuen bon thi din nan hái dto maak loei
The office building erected on that land is very huge indeed.
สัตว์ป่า ที่ มุก เจอ ใน ป่า คือ ช้าง ใหญ่โต
Sat pa thi muk jao nai pa kheu chang hái dto
The animal Muk encountered in the forest was a huge elephant.
คุณแม่ ทำ ความสะอาด บ้าน ใหญ่โต นี้ คนเดียว
Khun mae tham khwam sa at ban hái dto ni khon dieo
Mother cleans this huge house all by herself.
ห้องนี้ เต็มไปด้วย หนังสือ ใหญ่โต
Hong ni tem pai duay nang sue hái dto
This room is full of huge books.

Long explanation:

The phrase 'ใหญ่โต (hái dto)' is used in Thai to indicate something is very big, large, or enormous. It is a redundant expression commonly used to intensify or amplify the size of an object, place, or person. Unlike the singular adjectives 'ใหญ่ (hái)' or 'โต (dto)' which simply mean 'big', combining them forms a stronger expression used to stress great size or volume.
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