How to say extra large in Russian: ochen' bol'shoy


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ochen’ bol’shoy

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To say extra large in Russian: ochen' bol'shoy
Say it out loud: “oh chen bahl shoy

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Some more helpful words in our Russian Size/Amount category:

enough – dostatochno  (dah stah tah ch nah)
extra large – ochen' bol'shoy  (oh chen bahl shoy)
large – bol'shoy  (bah l shoy)
less – men'she  (myen sheh)
medium – sredniy  (srye dneey)
more / plus – bol'she  (bohl sheh)
small – malen'kiy  (mah leen keey)

And here’s how to say extra large in other languages!

Arabic–Kabeer Jeddan  (ka beer jed dan)
Chinese–Chāo Dà  (Chao Da)
Croatian–ogroman  (oh grow mahn)
Czech–extra velké  (extra vel kay)
Finnish–extra suuri  (extra soo ri)
French–Géant  (zhe ahn)
German–sehr gross  (zeer gross)
Italian–extra grande  (extra grahn day)
Japanese–Ekusutora Lāji  (Eh Kuss Tra Laah Ji)
Korean–Teukdae  (Teuk Dae)
Polish–extra duży  (extra doo' zhyh)
Portuguese–Extra Grande  (eh stra grahn jee)
Russian–ochen' bol'shoy  (oh chen bahl shoy)
Spanish–extra grande  (extra grahn day)
Swahili–ziada kubwa  (zee ah dah koo bwa)
Thai–Yai Thi Sut  (yai TEE soot)
Turkish–çok büyük  (choke byook)
Vietnamese–Cực Lớn  (Gook Lun)

There are four types of sizes on items, i.e. Small, Medium, Large and "extra large" (ochen' bol'shoy). When ordering for clothing at a hotel you can tell the reception "may I have an "extra large" (ochen' bol'shoy) bath robe?" or when ordering for a meal e.g. a steak you could tell the waiter," I want an "extra large" (ochen' bol'shoy) juicy steak." Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.


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