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Dictionary French English: big

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ADJ   big | bigger | biggest
NOUN1   big | bigs
VERB   to big | bigged | bigged | bigging | bigs
SYNO   big | heavy | large | bad | big ... 
grand {adj}
gros {adj}
2 Words: Others
de premier rang {adj}big time [coll.]
ossu {adj}big-boned
crâneur {adj} [fam.] [vantard]big-headed [coll.] [boastful]
généreux {adj}big-hearted
de grand style {adv}big-league [Am.] [coll.]
colossalement {adv}big-time [coll.]
2 Words: Nouns
géogr. géol. Big Ben {m} [massif volcanique d'Australie situé sur l'île Heard] [aussi : mont Kaiser Wilhelm]Big Ben [also: Big Ben Peak, Old Ben Mountain, Emperor William Peak and Kaiser Wilhelm-Berg]
zool. fauve {m} [félin]big cat
sacré défi {m}big challenge
inform. mégadonnées {f.pl}big data {sg} [rarely treated as pl.]
horl. aiguille {f} des minutesbig hand [minute hand]
fin. flambeur {m} [dépensier]big spender
fin. flambeuse {f} [dépensière]big spender [female]
comm. grande surface {f} [supermarché]big supermarket
chapiteau {m} [cirque]big top
hydro. paquet {m} de merbig wave
3 Words: Verbs
comm. rapporter grosto be big business
loc. brasser des millionsto handle big money
3 Words: Nouns
astron. phys. nucléosynthèse {f} primordialeBig Bang nucleosynthesis <BBN> [also: primordial nucleosynthesis]
gibier {m} [fig.]big-time criminals {pl} [coll.]
4 Words: Others
sur une vaste échelle {adv}in a big way
loc. dans les grandes lignesin the big picture
4 Words: Verbs
accueillir qn. en fanfare [loc.]to give sb. a big welcome [idiom]
avoir une grande gueule [loc.]to have a big mouth [coll.] [idiom]
mus. faire un retour en force [chanteur, artiste]to make a big comeback
commettre une grande fauteto make a big mistake
courir un (gros) risqueto run a (big) risk
5+ Words: Others
Ce n'est pas la mer à boire ! [loc.]It's not a big deal! [coll.]
Ce n'est pas le bout du monde ! [fig.] [fam.]It's not such a big deal! [coll.]
Goutte à goutte, l'eau creuse la pierre. [loc.]Little strokes fell big oaks. [idiom]
Ça va faire du vilain.There's going to be big trouble.
Il va y avoir du vilain.There's going to be big trouble.
5+ Words: Verbs
briller dans un petit groupe [loc.] [fig.]to be a big fish in a small pond [idiom] [fig.] [Br.]
briller dans un petit groupe [loc.]to be a big fish in a small sea [idiom] [Am.]
n'être qu'un simple rouage [loc.]to be a small cog in a big wheel [idiom]
battre le tambour pour qn./qc. [loc.]to beat the big drum for sb./sth. [Br.] [idiom]
avoir les chevilles qui enflent [fam.] [loc.]to get too big for one's boots [coll.] [idiom]
avoir les chevilles qui enflent [fam.] [loc.]to get too big for one's britches [coll.] [idiom]
fin. risquer le paquet [fam.]to go for the big one [coll.]
faire du grand ménage [loc.]to have a big clear-out [idiom]
en faire toute une affaire [fam.]to make a big deal of it [coll.]
5+ Words: Nouns
pol. sommités {f.pl} du monde politiquebig names in the political world
femme {f} au gros nezwoman with a big nose
Fiction (Literature and Film)
BD F Le Combat des chefsAsterix and the Big Fight
film F Graffiti PartyBig Wednesday [John Milius]
film F Un mercredi spécial [titre québécois]Big Wednesday [John Milius]
littérat. F Les QuatreThe Big Four [Agatha Christie]
film F Le Caïd [film de 1942]The Big Shot [Lewis Seiler]
film F Ça commence à Vera CruzThe Big Steal [Don Siegel (1949 film)]
film F La Piste des géantsThe Big Trail [Raoul Walsh]
film F Astérix et le coup du menhir {noun} [Philippe Grimond (1989)]Asterix and the Big Fight
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
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