noun(the big time)
- The highest or most successful level in a career, especially in entertainment: a bit-part actor who finally made the big time in HollywoodMore example sentences
- They are a big club with a beautiful new stadium and they are geared towards the big time and expectation levels are high.
- Assured handling transformed familiar ingredients into a global success and the big time beckoned.
- Welcome to the big time St Kilda where success comes at a definite cost even if Brisbane has yet to pay it.
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- On a large scale; to a great extent: this time they’ve messed up big timeMore example sentences
- Sussex fans will be celebrating big time if Sharks win because it means they will finish top of the second division.
- That's going to cost big time, and in some notable cases the better players are going to be tempted out of the country.
- He joins us now from Houston, Texas, for a look at how a famous name can move a product big time.
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- In fact, tomorrow night, I know, in the finale, you've got some big-timers.
- Pollack's casts bulge with big-timers whose personalities often stand in for character and motivation.
- Now a bona fide big-timer at home, Lau, like other local talent, is looking to branch out internationally.
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