Goliath

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Goliath

  1. A giant who, according to the Bible, was vanquished in battle with King David.
  2. A male given name from Hebrew

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Goliath (plural Goliaths)

  1. (figurative) Any large person or thing; someone or something that is abnormally large or powerful.
    That Goliath is so big and strong, the little man will never stand a chance against him if he on his wrong side.
    The whisky category is a Goliath within the drinks industry.
  2. A very large champagne bottle with the capacity of about 27 liters, equivalent to 36 standard bottles.

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Goliath m (genitive Goliaths)

  1. Goliath (biblical character)