||(See a big rig)
||rich or important person, VIP, big boys
||Randy's a big shot in the movie industry. He owns four studios.
||thinking that includes everything, from horizon to horizon; think outside the box
||Yes, we need to make common-sense decisions, but first let's do some big-sky thinking.
|coined by Jeffery Phillips
||a lot, very much, heavy duty
||You've helped me so much. I owe you big time.
||(See a big wheel)
||important persons: judges, presidents etc., VIP
||We've asked the big wigs to change their decision.
||a large ape-man living in the forests of western N. America; Sasquatch
||Gary told me he saw Bigfoot's tracks in the sand along the Kootenay River.
|bigger fish to fry
||more important people to meet or do business with
||Don't bother fighting with him. You've got bigger fish to fry.
|bigger than life
||heroic: stronger, wiser, uglier; larger than life
||The characters in most novels seem to be bigger than life.
|bigger they are...
||(See the bigger they are...)