- 1A group of teams in a professional sport, especially baseball, competing for a championship at the highest level: [as modifier]: big league teamsMore example sentences
- This marks the first time Percival has changed teams in the big leagues.
- Jack McKeon of the Marlins is another current major league manager who never played in the big leagues.
- Even when he was in college, Bret thought he was better than second basemen in the big leagues.
- 1.1 (the big league) • informal A very successful or important group: the film brought him into the movie world’s big leagueMore example sentences
- Aspirants to the big league may note that attractive golf gear costs at least Rs 15,000.
- Two successive hits and they have made it to the big league of scriptwriters in the Malayalam film industry.
- My chance to really hit the big league and gain mainstream popularity.
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- I thought before that all the big leaguers were here in Washington.
- Former bush leaguer (when he was with Suicidal Tendencies) Rob Trujilo quits his current gig with big leaguer Ozzy and switches teams when he joins heavy hitters Metallica.
- ‘I got most of the names of Jewish big leaguers from the American Jewish Historical Society,’ he said.
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