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  1. big

    • IPA[biɡ]

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    • adj.
      of considerable size, extent, or intensity;of a large or the largest size
    • v.
      praise or recommend something highly
    • n.
      the major league in a professional sport
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    • 1. British informal praise or recommend something highly the record's been on the streets a while now, but it's still worth bigging up

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    • 1. North American informal the major league in a professional sport the day he made it to the bigs, he forgot every minor league ballpark he ever played in
    • n.
      a group of teams in a professional sport, especially baseball, competing for a championship at ...
    • adj.
      of or relating to the highest-ranking league in a professional sport, especially baseball: big-league teams

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    • n.
      a group of teams in a professional sport, especially baseball, competing for a championship at ...
    • adj.
      of or relating to the highest-ranking league in a professional sport, especially baseball: big-league teams

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the highest or most successful level in a career, especially in entertainment: a bit-part actor who finally made the big time in Hollywood
    • adv.
      on a large scale; to a great extent: this time they've messed up big time

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    • n.
      a prominent group of seven stars in the constellation Ursa Major (the Great Bear), containing ...

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    • n.
      the highest or most successful level in a career, especially in entertainment: a bit-part actor who finally made the big time in Hollywood
    • adv.
      on a large scale; to a great extent: this time they've messed up big time

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    • n.
      the rapid expansion of matter from a state of extremely high density and temperature which ...

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    • n.
      a person or organization exercising total control over people's lives: Big Brother will be watching you from this week when spy cameras start to operate in Essex for executives who want the Big Brother touch, there are monitoring systems to keep track of employees

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    • n.
      the largest house in a village or area, typically inhabited by a family of high social standing.

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    英式

    • adj.
      of considerable size or extent: her big hazel eyes big buildings
    • v.
      praise or recommend something highly: the record's been on the streets a while now, but it's still worth bigging up
    • n.
      the major league in a professional sport: the day he made it to the bigs, he forgot every minor league ballpark he ever played in

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