vast; huge; very great:
an immense territory.
You did an immense job getting the project started.
unusually large; huge; vast
without limits; immeasurable
(informal) very good; excellent
1650s, from immense + -ly (2).
early 15c., from Middle French immense (mid-14c.), from Latin immensus “immeasurable, boundless,” from assimilated form of in- “not, opposite of” (see in- (1)) + mensus “measured,” past participle of metiri (see measure).
[ih-men-si-tee] /ɪˈmɛn sɪ ti/ noun 1. vastness; enormous extent: the immensity of the Roman empire. 2. the state or condition of being . /ɪˈmɛnsɪtɪ/ noun (pl) -ties 1. the state or quality of being immense; vastness; enormity 2. enormous expanse, distance, or volume: the immensity of space 3. (informal) a huge amount: an immensity of […]
[ih-men-sher-uh-buh l, -ser-uh-] /ɪˈmɛn ʃər ə bəl, -sər ə-/ adjective 1. . /ɪˈmɛnʃərəbəl/ adjective 1. a less common word for immeasurable
talkative. (1.) The head of the sixteenth priestly order (1 Chr. 24:14). (2.) Jer. 20:1. (3.) Ezra 2:37; Neh. 7:40. (4.) Ezra 2:59; Neh. 7:61. (5.) The father of Zadok (Neh. 3:29).
[ih-murj] /ɪˈmɜrdʒ/ verb (used without object), immerged, immerging. 1. to plunge, as into a fluid. 2. to disappear by entering into any medium, as the moon into the shadow of the sun. verb (used with object), immerged, immerging. 3. Archaic. to immerse. /ɪˈmɜːdʒ/ verb 1. an archaic word for immerse v. 1620s, “immerse, plunge” (rare), […]