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- "great" as in "large in number or quantity".
I've got bare amounts of money.
Last edited on Oct 16 2011. Submitted by Patrick M. from London, Greater London, UK
on Nov 04 2001.
- lots of; many.
There are bare people here tonight.
There's bare people there.
Last edited on Mar 26 2013. Submitted by Polly from Westminster, London, UK
on Aug 27 2005.
I went to this party, there was bare bud going around.
Last edited on Oct 16 2011. Submitted by oliver p.
on Dec 28 2005.
- of good quality. Also used to describe something that one is proud of.
This paper is golden.
Last edited on Mar 08 1998. Submitted by Shaun Butler from West Hartford, CT, USA
on Mar 08 1998.
- fully prepared; READY.
You brought everything we need? Great, we're golden.
Last edited on Aug 18 2002. Submitted by Matthew B. from Charleston, WV, USA
on Aug 18 2002.
- in a good position.
Unlike air travel, one nice thing about trains is that you can show up at the station a minute before they leave and you're golden.
Last edited on Oct 16 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Oct 16 2011.