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That incredible growth for such a gargantuan company helped the e-commerce and cloud giant make the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list for a fourth straight year, ranking No.

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In their next gargantuan step, the team analyzed data from roughly 740,000 people who had either tested positive for Covid-19 or were presumed positive.

GPT-3 seems to capture an impressive amount of latent knowledge about the world, knowledge that is implicitly encoded in statistical patterns in the distribution of words across its gargantuan training corpus.

Given the gargantuan size of many astronomical datasets, the method could greatly boost the speed of discovery for world-hunting.

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A very long time ago, gargantuan grasshoppers and massive mayflies cruised the planet.

Today, researchers are flummoxed as to the whereabouts of this gargantuan cultural artifact.

There are gargantuan histories of the birth of hip-hop, many of which Ed used for his research.

And as far as trolls go, ESPN is like Jotnar, the gargantuan mountain troll wreaking havoc in the Trollhunter films.

In person, you can see why it proved such a gargantuan task.

The U.S. Embassy and its support staff grew to gargantuan proportions, only to be “right-sized” later on.

The sight of that gargantuan sweep of cliff coming on top of the weariness of the journey had crushed her.

My supplies may well be too generous; and it might be prudent to try a little dieting after this Gargantuan good cheer.

Startled out of his Gargantuan slumber by the revolver's loud report, Howard sat up with a jump and rubbed his eyes.

Stories are told of gargantuan feeds—of majestic stews that can be scented even in the German lines.

The chief trouble at Kazeh, as elsewhere, arose from the green scorpion, but there were also lizards and gargantuan spiders.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gargantuan, such as: colossal, enormous, gigantic, huge, humongous, and immense.

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