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Definition of big game in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Large animals hunted for sport: [as modifier]: a big-game hunter
More example sentences
  • The featured speaker is big-game hunter and author Craig Boddington.
  • Hunting is big business around here, with big-game hunters from all over the world visiting the many lodges and ranches in the area.
  • Jack O'Connor used the .270 rifle to take every big-game animal in the country.

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