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Spanish translation of “big”

big

adjective /biɡ/ (comparative bigger, superlative biggest)
large in size
grande
a big cake.
important
gran, importante
a big event.
big game noun large animals (usually lions, tigers etc) that are hunted
caza mayor
He hunts big game in Africa (also adjective) a big game hunter.
big-headed adjective (informal, disapproving) (of a person) thinks that they are very important or clever
Creido / Arrogante
She’s so big-headed that she thinks she should get special treatment.
big-head noun
Creido / Arrogante
Stop being such a big-head and listen to what your mother has to say!
(Definition of big from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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