big

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big is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
between - big - bill

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Positive
big

Comparative
bigger

Superlative
biggest

A truck with big tires
  1. If something is big, it is large in size; tall, wide, long, or fat.
    He's bigger than me.
    I would like a big glass of milk.
    The tree was so big that you could see it over the top of the house.
  2. If something is big, it is important.
    That's a big problem!
  3. Someone's big brother or a big sister is one who is older than the person.
    I have a big brother who's stronger than you!

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