Does this make sense? it's not enlarged but it's giant.

Is the statement " it's not enlarged but it's giant" logical or does it make sense?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Nov 06, 2013
Edited Nov 06, 2013
Enlarged means that something gets bigger compared to something small. Like I enlarged the biscuits the second time I made them. You could say that its not giant but it was reallt big.
I hope that made sense lol
imawalrus
Answered Apr 27, 2014
It kind of makes sense.
Derpatron
Answered Apr 27, 2014
Indeed enlarged means it grew. Giant means it was already Giant
Phoenix22
Answered Apr 27, 2014

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