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major  Verb
Plural: majors
  1. Translate "major" to Spanish: especializarse
    English Synonyms of "major": have a specialty, pursue a special line of study work, specialize, specialise
    Define meaning of "major": Have as one's principal field of study.
  2. She is majoring in linguistics.

major  Noun
  1. Translate "major" to Spanish: estudiante avanzado
    English Synonyms of "major": advanced student
    Define meaning of "major": A university student who is studying a particular field as the principal subject.
  2. She is a linguistics major.

  3. Translate "major" to Spanish: comandante, sargento mayor
    English Synonyms of "major": commandant, commander, commanding officer, field officer, sergeant major, warden
    Define meaning of "major": A commissioned military officer in the United States Army or Air Force or Marines; below lieutenant colonel and above captain.

  4. Translate "major" to Spanish: especialidad, asignatura principal, campo de especialidad, campo de especialización, especialidad de posgrado, mención
    English Synonyms of "major": specialty, area of knowledge, area of specialty, discipline, field of expertise, line, main subject-matter, special field of study, speciality, specialty area
    Define meaning of "major": The principal field of study of a student at a university.
  5. Her major is linguistics.

  6. Translate "Major" to Spanish: Major
    English Synonyms of "Major": John Roy Major
    Define meaning of "Major": British statesman who was prime minister from 1990 until 1997 (born in 1943).

major  Adjective
  1. Translate "major" to Spanish: principal, mayor, troncal
    English Synonyms of "major": head, leading, main, principal, staple, lead, prime
    Define meaning of "major": Of the field of academic study in which one concentrates or specializes.; Of greater importance or stature or rank.
  2. His major field was mathematics.
    A major artist.
    A major role.
    Major highways.

  3. Translate "major" to Spanish: grande, importante, decisivo, destacado, transcendental, trascendental
    English Synonyms of "major": big, large, capital, clumpy, great, healthy, large-sized
    Define meaning of "major": Greater in number or size or amount. ; Greater in scope or effect. ; Of greater importance or stature or rank. ; Of greater seriousness or danger.
  4. A major portion (a majority) of the population.
    Ursa Major.
    A major portion of the winnings.
    A major contribution.
    A major improvement.
    A major break with tradition.
    A major misunderstanding.
    A major artist.
    A major role.
    Major highways.
    A major earthquake.
    A major hurricane.
    A major illness.

  5. Translate "major" to Spanish: de edad, mayor
    English Synonyms of "major": elderly, elder, eldest, older, of age, senior, in years
    Define meaning of "major": Advanced in years; ('aged' is pronounced as two syllables).

  6. Translate "major" to Spanish: impresionante
    English Synonyms of "major": affecting, awe-inspiring, awful, breathtaking, dramatic, impressive, impressive-looking, awesome
    Define meaning of "major": Arousing affect.

Verb Conjugation for "major"
Gerund: majoring

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Conceptually-related expressions of "major"
B major
bereavement versus major depression
bursa of teres major
C major
camera oculi major
Canis Major
canna major
Cerinthe major
chorea major
Chrysophrys major
college major
column-major
column-major order
computer science major
criminal who has committed a felony or any major offence
curvatura ventriculi major
D major
Dendrocopos major
drum major
E major
epilepsia major
F major
forceps major
fossa scarpae major
G major
glandula vestibularis major
glandula vestibularis major bartholini
globus major
have a major drawback
have a major in
hippocampus major
hysteria major
incisura ischiadica major
John Major
John R. Major
John Roy Major
justo major
musculus complexus major
musculus pectoralis major
musculus psoas major
musculus rectus capitis anterior major
musculus rectus capitis anticus major
musculus rhomboideus major
musculus teres major
musculus zygomaticus major
nonaccounting major
nonspecialist major
of a scale that begins in the fourth scale degree of the major scale
of major importance
of major moment
papilla duodeni major
Parus major
pectoralis major
pectoralis major muscle
pelvis justo major
pelvis major
Podiceps major
premedical course of major
psoas major
psoas major muscle
Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus Major
Quiscalus major
rectus capitis anterior major
rectus capitis anticus major
rhomboideus major
rhomboideus major muscle
row-major
row-major order
Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Santorini's major caruncle
Schiffornis major
Scipio Africanus Major
sergeant major
something of dire need of major repair
spina tympanica major
sulcus palatinus major maxillae
sulcus palatinus major ossis palatini
Taraba major
teres major
teres major muscle
thalassaemia major
thalassemia major
the major
the major part of
Tinamus major
transgression against the law in general including minor and major offenses
trochanter major
unexpected major difficulty
Ursa Major
variola major
vis major
with no major injury
Xiphocolaptes major
zygomaticus major
zygomaticus major muscle
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