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magnitude

noun
considerable, great
unprecedented
sheer
relative
sufficient

a fall in costs of sufficient magnitude to enable us to reduce prices

small
VERB + MAGNITUDE
appreciate, comprehend, grasp, realize, understand

They failed to comprehend the magnitude of the problem.

assess, determine, estimate, measure, quantify
underestimate

They appear to underestimate the magnitude of such influences.

PREPOSITION
in magnitude

The effects were substantial in magnitude.

PHRASES
of the first magnitude

Stars of the first magnitude are visible to the naked eye. (astronomy)

a disaster of the first magnitude

of comparable magnitude, of similar magnitude

We will face challenges of a similar magnitude.

(by) an order of magnitude

Her calculation was out by several orders of magnitude.

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