greater meaning

EN[ˈɡreɪɾɚ] [-eɪtə(ɹ)]
  • Greater may refer to:
  • Greatness, the state of being great
  • Greater than, in inequality
  • In terms of geography and politics it is used in referring to a region or place together with the surrounding area, therefore implying expansive area and/or influence
  • Greater, the oldest flamingo on record

    Definition of greater in English Dictionary

  • AdjectiveBFgreatSUPgreatestSUF-er
    1. comparative form of great: more great.
      1. The San Juan market is Mexico City's most famous deli of exotic meats, where an adventurous shopper can hunt down hard-to-find critters such as ostrich, wild boar and crocodile. Only the city zoo offers greater species diversity.
    2. Used in referring to a region or place together with the surrounding area; (of a city) metropolitan.
    3. More Examples
      1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
        • We wish to show f is continuous. Arbitrate epsilon greater than zero...
        • A greater degree of crosslinking of the silicone polymers during the manufacturing process determines the firmness, or cohesivity, of the silicone gel.
        • When the loss of water is very great (cholera, infant diarrhœas), there is an increase of potassium salts and phosphates in the urine.
      2. Used in the Beginning of Sentence
        • Great George was acting up, so his master sent him to a slave breaker.
        • Great prostration of strength indicates the use of stimulants. ‎
    • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
      1. Adjectives
        • Adjective forms
          • Adjective comparative forms
        • Morphemes
          • Suffixes
            • Words by suffix
              • Words suffixed with -er
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        Source: Wiktionary
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        Meaning of greater for the defined word.

        Grammatically, this word "greater" is an adjective, more specifically, an adjective form. It's also a morpheme, more specifically, a suffixe.
        Difficultness: Level 1
        Easy     ➨     Difficult
        Definiteness: Level 4
        Definite    ➨     Versatile