biggie

noun big·gie \ ˈbi-gē \
Updated on: 24 Nov 2017

Definition of biggie

: one that is big and often important

Examples of biggie in a Sentence

  1. He met with some television biggies.

  2. They've had problems before, but this one's a real biggie.

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First Known Use of biggie

circa 1926



BIGGIE Defined for English Language Learners

biggie

noun

Definition of biggie for English Language Learners

  • : someone or something that is very big or important



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