biggie /ˈbɪɡi/


I. noun

‹informal› a big, important, or successful person or thing

composers including most of the biggies like Brahms, Wagner, or Mendelssohn.
II. phrases

no biggie

‹informal› used to indicate that something is of little consequence

no biggie, I’m not in a hurry.
– origin 1920s: from big + -ie.

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