- Australian SlangAnything big or bigger than usual. This comes about as a result of a penchant to add -ie or -y to certain words in colloquial speech. Hence, footie or footy for football.
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biggie — (n.) 1931, from BIG (Cf. big) + IE (Cf. ie) … Etymology dictionary
biggie — ☆ biggie [big′ē ] n. Informal an important person or thing … English World dictionary
Biggie — The Notorious B.I.G. The Notorious B.I.G Alias The Notorious B.I.G. Biggie Biggie Smalls Big Poppa Frank White Nom Christopher George Latore Wallace Naissance 21 mai 1972 … Wikipédia en Français
Biggie — The Notorious B.I.G. (* 21. Mai 1972 in Brooklyn, New York; † 9. März 1997 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien; eigentlich Christopher Wallace), auch als Biggie, Biggie Smalls und Frank White bekannt, war ein US amerikanischer Rapper der 1990er Jahre.… … Deutsch Wikipedia
biggie — UK [ˈbɪɡɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms biggie : singular biggie plural biggies informal something that is very large or successful The fish I caught was quite a biggie. Helen Mirren stars in this week s biggie (= a successful new film). • be … English dictionary
biggie — big|gie [ bıgi ] noun count INFORMAL something that is very large or successful: The fish I caught was quite a biggie. Julia Roberts stars in this week s biggie. a. be no biggie to not be important or not matter: I was going to use the car but it … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
biggie — /ˈbɪgi/ (say bigee) Colloquial –noun 1. (especially with children) anything big in size: look at that dog – he s a biggie. 2. something or someone of major importance, impact, notoriety, etc.: *Other biggies on hand for the chew off included… … Australian English dictionary
biggie — 1. n. something or someone important. □ This one’s a biggie. Treat him well. □ As problems go, this one’s a biggie. 2. n. copulation. (Usually with the.) □ But I don’t think I’m ready for the biggie … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
biggie — big|gie [ˈbıgi] n 1.) informal something very large, important, or successful ▪ I think their new CD is going to be a biggie. 2.) no biggie AmE spoken said when something is not important or when you are not upset or angry about something ▪ Oh, I … Dictionary of contemporary English
Biggie — This is unusual. A biggie is what a child calls his poo! Hence the reason Wendy s Hamburgers has never really taken off in England who would buy biggie fries ? Yuck I m sure you wouldn t buy poo fries! The other meaning of Biggie iserection. It… … The American's guide to speaking British
biggie — /big ee/, n. Slang. 1. an important, influential, or prominent person; big shot; bigwig. 2. something that is very large, important, impressive, or successful: a merger of two corporate biggies; a movie that was this year s box office biggie.… … Universalium