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  • big — /bɪg / (say big) adjective (bigger, biggest) 1. large in size, height, width, amount, etc. 2. filled; teeming: eyes big with tears. 3. loud: a big noise. 4. large in compass or conception; magnanimous; generous; liberal: a big heart; big gesture …   Australian English dictionary

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  • big bang — /bɪg ˈbæŋ/ (say big bang) noun 1. the, (also upper case) the initial explosion of matter postulated as the beginning of the universe. See big bang theory. –phrase 2. with a big bang, Colloquial in a highly visible and noticeable manner …   Australian English dictionary

  • big league — /ˈbɪg lig/ (say big leeg) noun 1. US Sport a professional baseball league. 2. the area of greatest competition, achievement, excitement, etc., in any field. –phrase 3. be in (or play) the big league, to be among the best in any field of endeavour …   Australian English dictionary

  • big money — /bɪg ˈmʌni/ (say big munee) noun Colloquial 1. very rich people, viewed collectively: big money controls this town. 2. a great quantity of money: to pay big money for a luxury item …   Australian English dictionary

  • big name — /ˈbɪg neɪm/ (say big naym) noun a person or organisation that is widely known, usually in a specified field: all the big names will be there; a big name in advertising …   Australian English dictionary

  • big-time — /ˈbɪg taɪm / (say big tuym) Colloquial –adjective 1. at the top level in any business or pursuit: the big time operators. –adverb 2. (an intensifier used after the verb): she loves you big time …   Australian English dictionary

  • Big Apple — /bɪg ˈæpəl/ (say big apuhl) noun Colloquial the, New York. {US horseracing slang used in New Orleans for New York racetracks (seen as a desirable goal as a big red apple is a desirable thing to eat); popularised by racing writer John J FitzGerald …   Australian English dictionary

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