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big namenoun [C]

/ˈbɪɡ ˈneɪm/
infml a famous or important person: She’s a big name in local politics.
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big namenoun [C]

uk   us  
a well-known and successful company, person, or product: He works for one of the big names in medical services.
big-name
adjective
They won the support of big-name investors.
(Definition of big name from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “big name”
in Chinese (Simplified) 名人, 重要人物…
in Chinese (Traditional) 名人, 重要人物…
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