- very extensive or encompassing; of great scope: a large-scale business plan.
- made to a large scale: a large-scale map.
Origin of large-scale
Examples from the Web for large-scale
Moreover, trucks, dust, and boomtown stress are the effects of any large-scale industrial activity.
But they are serious: what large-scale fracking does is change small farm towns into industrial sites.
Since June, Israel has conducted two large-scale military operations in the West Bank and Gaza.The Radicals Who Slaughtered a Synagogue
November 19, 2014
Richardson placed the small, black and white image next to Le Repos, a large-scale painting of Olga rendered in 1932.Revealing The Unseen Picasso
November 3, 2014
Clusters, filaments, and voids make up the large-scale structure of the Universe, foster-child of gravity and slow time.Laniakea: The Milky Way’s Place in the Heavens
Matthew R. Francis
September 7, 2014
One is a Cuban, who, from your description, seems to be a large-scale crook.Plotting in Pirate Seas
The prevention of large-scale dislocations of endemic populations?After the Rain
Everything was large-scale but modern to the last tick of the clock.The Little Lady of the Big House
To combat the destructive effects of recurrent droughts, a large-scale program of irrigation was undertaken by the government.Area Handbook for Romania
Eugene K. Keefe, Donald W. Bernier, Lyle E. Brenneman, William Giloane, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
Everything fitted in with my mental picture of the large-scale map.The Escaping Club
A. J. Evans
- wide-ranging or extensive
- (of maps and models) constructed or drawn to a big scale