- big-time UK US adjective [before noun] INFORMAL► used to describe someone or something that is very successful: »
Malik is a big-time real estate developer.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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Big Time — Концертный альбом Тома Уэйтса … Википедия
Big Time — can refer to the following:Albums* Big Time , an album by Tom Waits * Big Time , album by rap duo Ultra, Tim Dog and Kool Keith * Big Time , an album by Little Texas * Big Time , an album by Trace Adkinsongs* Big Time , a song by Big Rich * Big… … Wikipedia
big time — big time1 n the big time informal the position of being very famous or important, for example in the entertainment business or in politics ▪ The 46 year old author has finally hit the big time . >big time adj [only before noun] ▪ big time… … Dictionary of contemporary English
Big Time — Album par Tom Waits Sortie septembre 1988 Durée 64:15 Genre Rock expérimental, blues, Rock Producteur Chris Blackwell Kathleen Brennan Tom Waits … Wikipédia en Français
big-time — ☆ big time [big′tīm΄ ] adj., adv. Slang at, of, or to a very great degree, extent, etc. [a big time swindle, to be hurt big time] * * * … Universalium
big-time — ☆ big time [big′tīm΄ ] adj., adv. Slang at, of, or to a very great degree, extent, etc. [a big time swindle, to be hurt big time] … English World dictionary
big time — big time, adj. big timer, n. 1. Informal. the highest or most important level in any profession or occupation: She s a talented violinist, but she s not ready for the big time. 2. Slang. a very good time. 3. Theat. (in vaudeville) any highly… … Universalium
big time — big′ time′ n. 1) inf inf the highest or most important level in any profession or occupation 2) sbz a circuit of vaudeville theaters presenting just two performances daily and featuring only the most successful entertainers • Etymology: 1860–65,… … From formal English to slang
big time — big ,time adverb SPOKEN used for emphasizing how extreme or severe something is: Did you have problems with it? Yeah, big time … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
big time — This can be used to with the meaning very much if you like something big time, you like it a lot … The small dictionary of idiomes