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An especially large or powerful person, animal or thing
Especially large or powerful
A popular name for an elephant
A jumbo or a jumbo jet is a very large jet aircraft that can carry several hundred passengers. a British Airways jumbo. larger than other things of the same type (Jumbo, name of a very large elephant put on show in London and the U.S. in the 19th century, perhaps from mumbo-jumbo)
{s} giant, huge, extremely large
A loan over the amount of $207,000
Jumbo loans refer to those loan amounts outside of the "conforming" range or, above $227,150
A puzzle with a bigger grid and many more clues than usual, often published on special occasions such as Christmas or Easter A common size for a jumbo blocked grid is 27x27 and this would typically have 70 to 80 clues Here is an example Jumbo
A three-tight end, no wide receiver formation used in short yardage situations In many cases, an extra offensive linemen will in fact be used instead of a tight end
Jumbo means very large; used mainly in advertising and in the names of products. a jumbo box of tissues. = giant
A Jumbo Mortgage loan is any residential mortgage loan whose loan amount exceeds the conventional limits
{i} something that is very large (person, animal, thing, etc.)
– Chiefly on American schooners, a fore staysail or triangular sail set on the fore stay; the largest of the headsails
of great mass; huge and bulky; "a jumbo jet"; "jumbo shrimp"
jumbo jet
Informally, the Boeing 747
jumbo jets
plural form of jumbo jet
jumbo deposit
deposit of a large sum on money (usually for the short term)
jumbo jet
jumbo a very large plane for carrying passengers
jumbo jet
jet plane of a very large size
jumbo size
{i} very large size
mumbo jumbo
Any object of superstition; religious words and/or actions which are seen as superstitious or fraudulent

Rev. Quack's healing services are little more than mumbo jumbo.

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A deity or other supernatural being said to have been worshipped by certain West African peoples; an idol
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Any confusing or meaningless speech; nonsense, gibberish

There were a bunch of foreigners speaking their Mumbo Jumbo clustered ahead of me at Customs.

mumbo-jumbo
Alternative spelling of mumbo jumbo
mumbo jumbo
1. Unintelligible or incomprehensible language; gibberish.2. Language or ritualistic activity intended to confuse.3. A complicated or obscure ritual.4. An object believed to have supernatural powers; a fetish
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Mumbo Jumbo, or mumbojumbo is an English phrase or expression that denotes a confusing or meaningless subject. It is often used as humorous expression of criticism of middle-management and civil service non-speak, and of belief in something considered non-existent by the speaker (ghosts, God, supernatural phenomena, etc.)
mumbo jumbo
language that is unnecessarily difficult to understand
mumbo jumbo
Among the Mandingos of the western Sudan, a bugbear by means of which the women are terrified and disciplined by societies of the men, one of whom assumes a masquerade for the purpose; hence, loosely, any Negro idol, fetish, or bugaboo
mumbo jumbo
An object of superstitious homage and fear
mumbo jumbo
a state of confusion; ritual accompanied by complicated and purposeless activity that obscures and confuses; "he engaged in the hugger-mugger of international finance"
mumbo jumbo
disapproval If you describe ideas or words, especially religious or technical ones, as mumbo jumbo, you mean that they are nonsense. It's all full of psychoanalytic mumbo-jumbo
mumbo-jumbo
technical language that is difficult to understand and seems to have no sense (Mumbo Jumbo name of a supposed African god)
mumbo-jumbo
nonsense, silliness; silly religious ritual
Turkish - English

Definition of jumbo in Turkish English dictionary

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