big / bɪg /

adjective, big·ger, big·gest.
large, as in size, height, width, or amount:
a big house; a big quantity.
of major concern, importance, gravity, or the like:
a big problem.
outstanding for a specified quality:
a big liar; a big success.

Informal. boastfully; pretentiously:
to act big; to talk big.
Informal. with great success; successfully:
to go over big.

the bigs, Sports Slang. the highest level of professional competition, as the major leagues in baseball.

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