biggie


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big·gie

 (bĭg′ē)
n. Slang
1. A very important person: "hassles between executive biggies" (New York).
2. Something that is considered big or important: Her new movie is expected to be a biggie.

biggie

(ˈbɪɡɪ)
n
1. informal something important
2. no biggie not important; no big deal

big•gie

or big•gy

(ˈbɪg i)

n., pl. -gies. Informal.
1. an important person.
2. something that is very large or successful.
[1930–35]
Translations

biggie

[ˈbɪgɪ] N (= song, film) → gran éxito m; (= person, company) → uno/a m/f de los grandes
some biggie in drugsuno de los grandes en lo de las drogas
the film is this summer's box-office biggieesta película es el gran éxito de taquilla de este verano

biggie

n (inf)Hit m (inf), → Knüller m (inf); (= important thing)große Sache (inf); it’s no biggienicht so schlimm! (inf)
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