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big

Definitions by Oxford


[bɪɡ], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- of considerable size or extent
(e.g: her big hazel eyes)

- of considerable importance or seriousness
(e.g: it's a big decision)

- generous
(e.g: ‘I'm inclined to take pity on you.’ ‘That's big of you!’)


Phrases:
- big money
- big shot
- big stick
- big with child
- give someone the big E
- go over big
- in a big way
- make it big
- talk big
- the Big Board
- the Big —
- the big idea
- the big lie
- the big screen
- the big stick
- think big
- too big for one's boots

Origin:
Middle English (in the sense ‘strong, mighty’): of unknown origin


[bɪɡ], (Verb)

Definitions:
- praise or recommend something highly
(e.g: the record's been on the streets a while now, but it's still worth bigging up)


Phrases:
- big money
- big shot
- big stick
- big with child
- give someone the big E
- go over big
- in a big way
- make it big
- talk big
- the Big Board
- the Big —
- the big idea
- the big lie
- the big screen
- the big stick
- think big
- too big for one's boots

Origin:


[bɪɡ], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the major league in a professional sport
(e.g: the day he made it to the bigs, he forgot every minor league ballpark he ever played in)


Phrases:
- big money
- big shot
- big stick
- big with child
- give someone the big E
- go over big
- in a big way
- make it big
- talk big
- the Big Board
- the Big —
- the big idea
- the big lie
- the big screen
- the big stick
- think big
- too big for one's boots

Origin:







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