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Definition of big-note in English:

verb

[with object] (big-note oneself) Australian /NZ informal
Boastfully exaggerate one’s own wealth or importance: he’s continually trying to big-note himself
More example sentences
  • I hope there is something more than just big-noting ones self, however, there is at least one of the opposition that knocks that for six!
  • We think: hey, this dude is not trying to big-note themselves at all, so this MUST be true.
  • I'm getting rather sick of hearing you both big-noting yourselves.

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