Bigness - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈbɪɡnəs|
Brit.  |bɪɡ|

noun

- the property of having a relatively great size (syn: largeness)

Examples

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...

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