Definition of biggie
: one that is big and often important
Examples of biggie in a Sentence
He met with some television biggies.
They've had problems before, but this one's a real biggie.
Recent Examples of biggie from the Web
The one-page menu, under the guidance of chef Drew Lesoveck, is organized into categories like smalls, biggies, sides and bait.
A metallic leather pantsuit is no biggie for the international supermodel—
And that goes back to who your influences are as rappers, your Tupacs, your Biggies, your UGKs, your N.W.As, Eazy-Es, Bone Thugs, Arrested Developments.
Here are a couple of the biggies, along with one big truth: Myth: Wind power costs more than fossil fuel Any new technology will cost you, as LiveScience noted in 2008, and often more than existing options.
How it's funded is another question mark the report doesn't address, and that's a biggie, too.
Apple's Monday WWDC keynote included a quick-fire presentation about gaming content on Macs—but the biggie was VR, along with a path for underpowered Mac systems to potentially get up to speed to running it.
Getting rid of the ACA's Health Insurance Tax (called HIT) is a biggie for UnitedHealth.
On June 28, the network will air its two-part documentary Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G.
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First Known Use of biggie
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Definition of biggie for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is very big or important
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