large in amount or extent or degree
"a sizable fortune"
- He received a sizable advance for his book.
- Notwithstanding the market opening since 2004, a sizable proportion of eligible customers did not choose the free market segment.
- In particular, in 1999 to 2000, demand growth declined by a sizable 23 %, but the average sales price of the Community industry dropped by only 5 %.
- The bonus of 29 gCO2eq/MJ shall apply for a period of up to 10 years from the date of conversion of the land to agricultural use, provided that a steady increase in carbon stocks as well as a sizable reduction in erosion phenomena for land falling under (i) are ensured and that soil contamination for land falling under (ii) is reduced.