Big - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- very intense (syn: bad)
- loud and firm
- conspicuous in position or importance (syn: large, prominent)
- prodigious (syn: heavy)
- exhibiting self-importance (syn: boastful, braggart, bragging, braggy, cock-a-hoop, crowing, self-aggrandising, self-aggrandizing)
- feeling self-importance (syn: swelled, vainglorious)
- marked by intense physical force
- generous and understanding and tolerant
- given or giving freely
- in an advanced stage of pregnancy
- in a boastful manner (syn: boastfully, large, vauntingly)
- on a grand scale
- in a major way
A big glass of soda
She moved to a bigger city.
The biggest city in the state
He led a big group through the museum.
She works for a big company.
He organized a big advertising campaign.
We had a big fund-raiser for the school.
He talks big about his plans, but he hasn't done much yet.
...with that new promotion he's now one of the bigs in the company...
...when a candidate is running for president, he's playing in the bigs and cannot afford to make major mistakes...
Investors have lost big in recent months.
I need a bigger desk.
She had a big grin on her face.
Los Angeles is the biggest city in California.
The garage isn't big enough for two cars.