IN MATH: 1. adj. very large, larger than any real number, larger in number than can be counted. 2. n. a number which is larger than any real number.

    Infinitely large is larger than a million, or billion, or trillion, or even quintillion.

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. very large, large beyond expression, 2. adj. boundless. 3. as defined above. EX. The set of natural numbers is infinite. Its cardinality is aleph-null.

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