big-ticket

adjective
big-tick·et | \ ˈbig-ˈti-kət \

Definition of big-ticket 

1 : having a high price the car was a big-ticket item

2 : having great importance or prominence : major The founders had hoped to address three big-ticket issues: the environment, nuclear weapons, and Middle East peace. —David Corn

First Known Use of big-ticket

1933, in the meaning defined above

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big-ticket

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of big-ticket

: having a high price

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