The Word is:”big”


adjective: big; comparative adjective: bigger; superlative adjective: biggest
1.of considerable size or extent.
“her big hazel eyes”
synonyms: large, sizeable, of considerable size, substantial, considerable, great, huge, immense, enormous, extensive, colossal, massive, mammoth, vast, prodigious, tremendous, gigantic, giant, monumental, mighty, stupendous, gargantuan, elephantine, titanic, epic, mountainous, megalithic, monstrous, Brobdingnagian; More
antonyms: small, little, slight, short
larger than other items of the same kind.
“my big toe”
“I’m a big girl now”
synonyms: grown-up, adult, mature, grown, full grown; More
“my big sister”
on an ambitiously large scale.
“a small company with big plans”
synonyms: ambitious, far-reaching, on a grand scale; More
antonyms: modest
doing a specified action very often or on a very large scale.
“a big eater”
showing great enthusiasm.
“a big tennis fan”
2.of considerable importance or seriousness.
“it’s a big decision”
synonyms: important, significant, major, of great import, of significance, momentous, of moment, weighty, consequential, of consequence, far-reaching, key, vital, critical, crucial, life-and-death, high-priority, serious, grave, solemn; More
antonyms: minor, unimportant, trivial
very popular or successful.
“African bands which are big in Britain”
synonyms: popular, successful, commercially successful, in demand, sought-after, all the rage; More
holding an important position or playing an influential role.
“as a senior in college, he was a big man on campus”
synonyms: powerful, important, prominent, influential, high-powered, leading, pre-eminent, of high standing, outstanding, well known, eminent, distinguished, principal, foremost, noteworthy, notable, noted; major-league
“a big man in the government”
antonyms: unimportant, obscure
“‘I’m inclined to take pity on you.’ ‘That’s big of you !’”
synonyms: generous, kind, kindly, kind-hearted, caring, compassionate, loving, benevolent, magnanimous, unselfish, altruistic, selfless, philanthropic
“she’s got a big heart”
verb  BRITISH  informal
verb: big; 3rd person present: bigs; past tense: bigged; past participle: bigged; gerund or present participle: bigging
1.praise or recommend something highly.
“the record’s been on the streets a while now, but it’s certainly still worth bigging up”


noun: big; plural noun: bigs
1.the major league in a professional sport.

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