Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Vast"

The meaning of "Vast" in various phrases and sentences

Q: vast ne anlama geliyor?
A: Vast means very large, very great in quantity or size

The ocean is often described as vast.
A vast expanse spread out before him when he got to the top of the hill.
There’s a vast difference in wealth between the poor and the rich.
Q: vast ne anlama geliyor?
A: Huge, big, large, expansive. Examples: The Pacific ocean is a vast sea. / My vast knowledge of science helps me in chemistry class. / The Mariana Trench is a vast abyss under the Atlantic Ocean. / The economies of Spain and the US are vastly different.
Q: vast ne anlama geliyor?
A: The pacific ocean is vast and profound
Q: vast ne anlama geliyor?
A: Majority means more than half. Vast majority means a lot more than half. For example, 95% could be considered the vast majority.

Example sentences using "Vast"

Q: vast ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: “The ice cream options are vast. It’s hard to choose.”

“The ocean is very vast.”

“He has a vast knowledge on that topic.”

“There’s isn’t vast amount of parking spots there.”

“A vast majority of people in the area were impacted by the tornado.”

“My score this time is a vast improvement compared to my last score.”
Q: vast ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: Thank you so much!

Synonyms of "Vast" and their differences

Q: vast ve huge ve great arasındaki fark nedir?
A: all three words pretty much mean “very very big” but they have different connotation/implications. they feel different

vast - the vast ocean.
huge - it was huge.
great - it was of great interest.

vast is more often used to describe things that are unimaginably big (and also things that occur in nature)

huge means the same thing as big, but is for things that are extremely big. anytime you see the word “big”, you can more often than not replace it with huge.

when used in a context of size, great is used for both physical and nonphysical things. (you can say “huge interest” but no one really says “vast interest”)

(you can also say “the great ocean” but it sounds more like the ocean was a big, beautiful sight

you can say “the ocean was huge” and it sounds more casual, meaning the ocean was very very big

“the ocean was vast” it sounds like the ocean was larger than the eye can see)

let me know if there is anything i can explain better
Q: vast ve extensive arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Vast means huge like a field that extends forever. Or the ocean going on forever.

Extensive means detailed, and thorough.

You can research a vast amount of information and still not find the answer to a question. Because you are just collecting large amounts of useless information.

But with extensive research you are getting lots of information about your answer.
Q: vast ve large arasındaki fark nedir?
A: "Vast" is used for things like planes, or fields (you'd never say a person is vast, for example), or figuratively, like having a vast imagination. Something that has a wide length. "Large" is something that is big all around, has a big size.
Q: vast ve huge ve immense ve enormous arasındaki fark nedir?
A: They are all pretty much used similarly but some go better with certain situations.
There were vast amounts of people.

There was a huge apple. (Describing size)

She felt immense pain. (Very bad pain)

The park was enormous. (Describing size)
Q: vast ve huge arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Vast is similar in degree to huge, but refers more to "flat" things. For example, you might say "a vast sea" or "a vast plot of land". Huge would sound normal there too, but it is more general. You wouldn't say a "vast piece of cake", for example.

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