- drawn to a large scale: said of a map, etc.
- of wide scope; over a large area; extensive: large-scale business operations
Seating for a large-scale wedding.
An example of a large scale wedding is one in which you invite 300 people.
- Large in scope or extent.
- Drawn or made large to show detail.
(comparative more large-scale, superlative most large-scale)
(comparative more large scale, superlative most large scale)
- Alternative spelling of large-scale.
- I had grand plans to build and run a large-scale horse ranch.
- Many large-scale employers opt for reinsurance policies in addition to their regular insurance policies due to the sheer number of people they employ and the potential that at least one or more may need reinsurance benefits.
- While this will help protect your engagement ring against theft or home-related damage, such as a fire or tornado, these large-scale policies typically do not cover damage related to household chores or other incidents.
- Instead, some insurance companies include war exclusions in their policies because they do not want to be financially responsible if a large-scale bombing wipes out an entire marina of yachts and other ships.
- The group, which debuted in the late 1940s, opened several stores under the Charming name before securing a retail space in a large-scale shopping center in Audubon, New Jersey during the 1960s.