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Physical SizePlay
Use 'massive' to describe something impressively large or heavy, typically in physical terms. SlideThe massive elephant towered over the crowd at the zoo.
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Intensity BoostPlay
'Massive' can add intensity when describing an object or phenomenon that strikes awe or makes a strong impression. SlideThey stared in awe at the massive waterfall.
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Not for OrdinaryPlay
Avoid using 'massive' for everyday items unless they are unusually big compared to the norm. SlideHe bought a massive 85-inch television for his tiny living room.