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think big

Definition of think big in English:

informal Be ambitious: to trade in a heavyweight world market we must think big
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  • Donald learned the business from his father, but with a twist: He thought big, very BIG.
  • In business terms and culturally we are very similar: a small people thinking big, and I urge any ambitious company to go for it.
  • The logo is the mark of a bank thinking big and growing into an ambitious and resplendent entity.
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