To give large

Definition of To give large

(Naut.) to have the wind crossing the direction of a vessel's course in such a way that the sails feel its full force, and the vessel gains its highest speed. See Large, a., 8.

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To get the hang of
to get the lay of the land
To get the range of
To get the start
To get through
To get up
To gird on
To give
To give (one) the head
To give a handle
To give a loose
To give a person line
To give a piece of one's mind to
To give a say at
To give audience
To give away
To give back
To give battle
To give ear to
To give effect to
-To give large-
To give one rope
To give one the bag
To give one the dor
To give one the lie in his throat
To give one the slip
To give one to understand
To give order
To give place
To give possession
To give quarter
To give rein
To give room
To give the lie to
To give the mitten to
To give the sack to
To give the whetstone
To give to the dogs
To give to wife
To give up the ghost
To give vent to
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