big up


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big up

vb, bigs, bigging or bigged
(tr, adverb) slang to make important, prominent, or famous: we'll do our best to big you up.
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Big up to everybody out there who supported throughout the years.
Somerset captain Marcus Trescothick said: "We have had some big ups and downs during the course of the season, so finish to off like this was very pleasing and there have been some special things during the course of this game.
Congrats to our fellow nominees and honorees around the country - and big ups to our friends at the Washington, D.
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New York Giant Justin Tuck tweeted:A "Obviously I'm a huge @Yankees fan, but big ups to
Representing the diversity of artists who have recorded at Converse Rubber Tracks are hip-hop act Fresh Daily, punk band Big Ups and rock band Primitive Weapons.
But big ups are due to eventual runner-up Hall Green and sister venue Belle Vue for making the final, proving that at least a few things are rosy in the GRA fold even if money is too tight to mention.
I'm OK with no big ups, no big downs, it's alright, just full steam ahead, all things well and good," he added.
In politics, as in life, sometimes you get these big ups and downs and we
Leaving his London home he said: "In politics, as in life, sometimes you get these big ups and downs and we have taken a real knock last night.
It's amazing to see how composed and calm he was today for a debutant in a World Cup game so big ups to him and we'll definitely be sharing a drink tonight.
I am very much aware if I really want to stay at the top of men's tennis I cannot allow myself to have anymore big ups and downs," he said.