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Adjective
Of great size or scale
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“He won the lottery and bought a big mansion to live in.”
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Of considerable importance or seriousness
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“You will need to make a big decision on the path you will be taking for your career.”
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Having reached maturity
“Bobby had just turned eighteen and could now play football with the big boys.”
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(informal) On an ambitiously large scale
“I have big plans for the future of this website.”
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(informal) Very popular or successful
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“This style of clothing is very big in New York at the moment.”
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(informal) Principled or generous
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“That's very big of you to help me in my time of need.”
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Physically well-built
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“After months of dedication in the gym, he had grown big and muscly.”
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Fat or overweight
“She had grown quite big after months of indulging in chocolate and ice-cream.”
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Having significant influence
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“As the president's right-hand man, he held a big and influential position in government.”
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Showing great enthusiasm
“My sister is a big fan of Justin Bieber.”
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Being of prime importance above all others
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“The big issue for us is to get out of debt as quickly as possible.”
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Having a concentration of some characteristic
“The pasta sauce was full of big flavors.”
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Showy in speech
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“He liked using big words to impress the audience with his vocabulary.”
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(of speech) Exhibiting self-importance
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“He was always pumping up his own tires with constant big talk.”
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Able to give or spend freely
“He was known as a big tipper and received consistently great service from the staff.”
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(informal) Used as an intensifier, especially of negative-valence nouns
“What's the big rush? We have plenty of time.”
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(informal) Genetically well-endowed
“She matured and blossomed into a big young lady with curves in all the right places.”
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(archaic) In a late stage of pregnancy
“She was big with child.”
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Heavy
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Greatest in age or seniority
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Containing, soaked in, or covered in water
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(of one or more out of a group of associated people) Of a greater age
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Powerful or rich in volume and sound
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Not objectionable
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Very loud or having a high volume
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Adverb
In a boasting manner
“He would always talk big to boost his own ego.”
Adverb
In a large amount or to a large extent
“He won big in the casino, then lost everything.”
Adverb
On a large scale, expansively
“You need to think big to impress the investors.”
Noun
(informal, rare, usually used in plural form) One of high importance or significance within a group
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“He was a respected big in the company.”
Noun
Something that is currently fashionable
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