Definition of grandezza in English:

grandezza

noun

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  • [mass noun] Magnificent or stately appearance; grandeur.

    • ‘in the 1590s he produced a comprehensive analysis of the grandezza of the Roman empire.’
    • ‘Despite its grandezza, it is not it is not interesting in terms of caves or mines.’
    • ‘Society went on excellently well without houses, or carriages, or jewels, or toilettes, or pavements, or shops, or grandezza of any sort.’
    • ‘If he be there at the arrival of the Plate-Fleet, he shall see such a Grandezza, that the Roman Monarchy in her highest florish never had the like.’
    • ‘It is truly remarkable to observe the grandezza which Athens attained in the space of a hundred years.’
    spectacle, display, ceremony, ceremoniousness, magnificence, pomp, glory, splendour, grandeur, glamour, flourish, glitter, theatricality, drama, show, showiness
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Origin

Early 17th century: Italian, from grande grand.

Pronunciation

grandezza

/ɡranˈdɛtsa/