large-scale

[lahrj-skeyl]
adjective
1.
very extensive or encompassing; of great scope: a large-scale business plan.
2.
made to a large scale: a large-scale map.

Origin:
1885–90

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large-scale
 
adj
1.  wide-ranging or extensive
2.  (of maps and models) constructed or drawn to a big scale

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Example sentences for largescale
Inflation also explains the origin of the largescale structure of the cosmos.
Combat performance improved accordingly, and largescale opposition was crippled.
However, none of these products achieved largescale success.
Largescale production of chlorine involves several steps and many pieces of
  equipment.
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