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Adjective
More significant in elevation
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“He won the lottery and bought a big mansion to live in.”
Adjective
Noteworthy historically, or among one's peers
Adjective
Larger in size
Adjective
Improved in quality, accuracy or performance
Adjective
Comparative for of considerable importance or seriousness
“You will need to make a big decision on the path you will be taking for your career.”
Adjective
Comparative for grown-up
“Bobby had just turned eighteen and could now play football with the big boys.”
Adjective
(informal) Comparative for on an ambitiously large scale
“I have big plans for the future of this website.”
Adjective
(informal) Comparative for very popular or successful
“This style of clothing is very big in New York at the moment.”
Adjective
(informal) Comparative for principled or generous
“That's very big of you to help me in my time of need.”
Adjective
Comparative for physically well-built
“After months of dedication in the gym, he had grown big and muscly.”
Adjective
Comparative for fat or overweight
“She had grown quite big after months of indulging in chocolate and ice-cream.”
Adjective
Comparative for having significant influence
“As the president's right-hand man, he held a big and influential position in government.”
Adjective
Comparative for showing great enthusiasm
“My sister is a big fan of Justin Bieber.”
Adjective
Comparative for being of prime importance above all others
“The big issue for us is to get out of debt as quickly as possible.”
Adjective
Comparative for having a concentration of some characteristic
“The pasta sauce was full of big flavors.”
Adjective
Comparative for showy in speech
“He liked using big words to impress the audience with his vocabulary.”
Adjective
(of speech) Comparative for exhibiting self-importance
“He was always pumping up his own tires with constant big talk.”
Adjective
Comparative for able to give or spend freely
“He was known as a big tipper and received consistently great service from the staff.”
Adjective
(informal) Comparative for used as an intensifier, especially of negative-valence nouns
“What's the big rush? We have plenty of time.”
Adjective
(informal) Comparative for genetically well-endowed
“She matured and blossomed into a big young lady with curves in all the right places.”
Adjective
(archaic) Comparative for in a late stage of pregnancy
“She was big with child.”
Adverb
Comparative for in a boasting manner
“He would always talk big to boost his own ego.”
Adverb
Comparative for in a large amount or to a large extent
“He won big in the casino, then lost everything.”
Adverb
Comparative for on a large scale, expansively
“You need to think big to impress the investors.”
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