• n. 宏伟;夸张
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grandiosity (n.)
1814, from French grandiosité; see grandiose + -ity.
The author now and then makes a word for his own use, as complicate, for complicated; and, still less fortunately 'grandiosity' (p. 343). [review of Joseph Forsyth's "Remarks on Italy," "Edinburgh Review," January 1814]
1. Integral designed with novelty, delicate style and comprehensive function, the hotel and considerably grandiosity.
酒店整体设计新颖, 风格别致,功能齐全, 无论是主题建筑,还是装饰装修,都构思巧妙,气势宏大.


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