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Definition of big-head in English:

noun

informal
A conceited or arrogant person.
Example sentences
  • Indeed, though his bluster may encourage some to perceive him as a big-head he is nothing of the sort.
  • We are a very good team, there are no big-heads and everyone is working for each other.
  • It means knowing and accepting the truth about yourself, not being a big-head with mighty notions about yourself.

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