from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A very important person: "hassles between executive biggies” ( New York).
- n. Slang Something that is considered big or important: Her new movie is expected to be a biggie.
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- n. Alternative spelling of biggy.
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Some are not really from fruit, but from grain (like rice), and the biggie is agua de jamaica (hibiscus flower tea really).
And the biggie is Israel knows who pays for there safety.
THE POLICE are the reason why tupac AND biggie is dead.
A biggie is making sure the writing is clear and compelling, not florid and self-impressed.
The biggie is when he publicly stated that Dick Chaney sent him on a fact finding trip to Niger.
I’ve got school stuff, freelance writing stuff and the biggie is the author stuff.
And I will add that's she's got six Nebula Awards and has three times done the "biggie"--win a Hugo and Nebula jointly for the same work in a period, and she did it in three different categories: "The Last of the Winnebagos" (1988/89)(novella)
The second biggie is the ability to take video with the phone’s camera.
Right now the biggie is Google Reader (their rss reader), but it doesn’t take a genius to imagine that Gmail and the Google Docs are already [...]
Right now the biggie is Google Reader (their rss reader), but it doesn’t take a genius to imagine that Gmail and the Google Docs are already hard at work at this.
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