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great

Which Means:

Many in number or large in size. (Homonym of 'grate')

As In:

Image There were a great number of guests at the party.

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'Great' also means "better than good." The forms of this word are: 'great', 'greater', and 'greatest'.

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grate

Which Means:

To slice into many tiny pieces. (Homonym of 'great')

As In:

Image Grate the cheese and then sprinkle on the pizza!

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'Grate' can also mean to rub against each other and make an irritating sound or feeling: Clarence grates his teeth when he grates his fingernails on the chalkboard.

 
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