Adjective: большой крупный важный значительный
Adverb: хвастливо с важным видом


big / older brother - старший брат

big / good hand - продолжительные аплодисменты

big / great help - огромная помощь

big spit - австрал. рвота

big time - большой успех, популярность, слава, очень

a big gun - крупная фигура; важная персона

big city - столичный

big hand - продолжительные аплодисменты; успех

big house - исправительная тюрьма; каторжная тюрьма; тюрьма

talk big - хвастливо говорить; врать с три короба; выпендриваться

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That's big of you! - Как вы великодушны!

a big glass of soda - большой стакан газировки

She moved to a bigger city. - Она переехала в более крупный город.

Mama gave me a big hug. - Мама крепко меня обняла.

Julia Roberts became a big star. - Джулия Робертс стала большой звездой.

She is big with child. - Она на сносях. / Она вот-вот родит.

the biggest city in the state - крупнейший город в штате

She works for a big company. - Она работает на крупную компанию.

I need a bigger desk. - Мне нужен рабочий стол побольше.

She's very big in Australia. - Она очень большой человек в Австралии.

Come on, don't cry. You're a big girl now. - Не надо, не плачь: ты уже большая девочка.

Los Angeles is the biggest city in California. - Лос-Анджелес — самый большой город в Калифорнии.

I never said that, you big liar! - Я такого не говорил, наглый ты лжец!

Buying that house was a big mistake. - Покупка этого дома была большой ошибкой.

Frank Sinatra is very big in Las Vegas. - Фрэнк Синатра очень популярен в Лас-Вегасе.

He organized a big advertising campaign. - Он организовал большую рекламную кампанию.

The garage isn't big enough for two cars. - Этот гараж недостаточно велик для двух автомобилей.

£5! That was big of her! - Целых пять фунтов! Вот это она расщедрилась!

The big game is on Friday. - Эта важная игра состоится в пятницу.

Graduation was a big day in his life. - Выпускной был важным днём в его жизни.

He had a big (or bad) shock. - Он был очень потрясён.

a big figure in the movement - важная фигура в этом движении

She had a big grin on her face. - На её лице сияла широкая улыбка. / Она улыбалась до ушей.

Des is a big gambler, you know. - Ты же знаешь, что Дес очень азартен /много играет/.

a heart big enough to hold no grudges - достаточно большое сердце, чтобы не держать обид

The play failed big at the box office. - Пьеса потерпела крупный провал в билетных кассах.

He led a big group through the museum. - Он повёл по музею большую группу.

We had a big fund-raiser for the school. - У нас было большое мероприятие по сбору средств для школы.

Investors have lost big in recent months. - В последние месяцы инвесторы понесли большие убытки.

Buying your own house is a big commitment. - Покупка собственного дома — серьёзный шаг.

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Связанные термины:

big C: → cancer (sense 4 )

Big D: → Dallas

big on: enthusiastic about

big up: to make important, prominent, or famous

Mr Big: the head of an organization, esp of a criminal organization

big bad: (esp in science fiction and online gaming) an evil and powerful adversary

Big Ben: the bell in the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament, London

big box: a large open-plan retail outlet, usually located at the edge of a town or city

big bud: a serious disease of plants, esp of blackcurrants, in which the buds swell up as a result of attack by the gall mite Cecidophyopsis ribis

big cat: Big cats are lions, tigers, and other large wild animals in the cat family.

big end: the larger end of a connecting rod in an internal-combustion engine

big gun: If you refer to someone as a big gun, you mean that they have a lot of power or influence .

big lie, the: a gross falsification or misrepresentation of the facts, with constant repetition and embellishment to lend credibility

big one: a thousand dollars

Big Ten: a group of large universities, located chiefly in the Midwestern U.S., forming a league for intercollegiate sports

big toe: Your big toe is the largest toe on your foot.

big top: The large round tent that a circus uses for its performances is called the big top .

Big Apple: People sometimes refer to the city of New York as the Big Apple .

big area: An area is a particular part of a town, a country, a region, or the world.

big band: A big band is a large group of musicians who play jazz or dance music . Big bands were especially popular from the 1930s to the 1950s.

big bang: any sudden forceful beginning or radical change

big beast: an important or powerful person

big beat: an eclectic type of dance music in which heavy beats and samples are layered over the songs or instrumental tracks of other performers or bands

Big Board: the quotation board in the New York Stock Exchange

big-boned: having bones that are unusually massive

big bucks: large quantities of money

big chain: A chain of shops, hotels, or other businesses is a number of them owned by the same person or company.

big Chief: an important person, boss, or leader

big city: The big city is used to refer to a large city which seems attractive to someone because they think there are many exciting things to do there, and many opportunities to earn a lot of money .

Big Daddy: someone or something dominantly important, powerful, wealthy, or, often, paternalistic

big data: Big data is extremely large amounts of information that can only be used with special computers .

big deal: If you say that something is a big deal, you mean that it is important or significant in some way .

Big Easy: theNew Orleans

Big Eight: → the Big Eight

big fish: If you describe someone as a big fish, you believe that they are powerful or important in some way .

Big Five: the five countries considered to be the major world powers. In the period immediately following World War II, the US, Britain, the Soviet Union, China, and France were regarded as the Big Five

Big Four: → the Big Four

big game: Large wild animals such as lions and elephants that are hunted for sport are often referred to as big game .

big hair: a hairstyle with volume created by hair products or styling techniques such as backcombing, etc

big head: If you describe someone as a big head, you disapprove of them because they think they are very clever and know everything.

big house, the: a penitentiary

big idea: An idea is a plan, suggestion, or possible course of action.

Big Issue: → the Big Issue

big money: Big money is an amount of money that seems very large to you, especially money which you get easily .

big mouth: If you say that someone is a big mouth or that they have a big mouth, you mean that they tell other people things that should have been kept secret .

big name: A big name is a person who is successful and famous because of their work.

big news: News is information about a recently changed situation or a recent event.

big night: an important and usually anticipated evening

big noise: Someone who is a big noise has an important position in a group or organization.

big-note: to boast about (oneself)

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Однокоренные слова:

bigness - величина, высота
bigger - больший
bigging - породный целик, надворная постройка
biggish - довольно большой, великоватый, большой, немалый
biggity - высокомерный, воротящий нос, самодовольный, самоуверенный

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