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English definition of “big”
/bɪg/ adj [-er/-est only] (-gg-) (IMPORTANT)
› important, because of being powerful, influential, or having a serious effect: He had a big decision to make about his future. There’s a big difference between starting up a business and just talking about it. The big story in the news this week is the blizzard in the Midwest. We just bought a house, so today’s a big day for us. › infml If a product or activity is big, it is extremely popular: Those toys are very big in Japan.