adjective – big

The word ‘big’ as an adjective can mean large, important, major and giant. For example

  • I need a big cup of coffee. (large)
  • The big boss is coming tomorrow. (important)
  • A big hurricane is coming our way. (major)
  • There is a big spider in my bedroom. (giant)

Let’s take a look at some common idioms containing the word ‘big’.

idioms and phrases with adjectives - big expressions
adjective idioms (big) - a big fish in a small pond
adjective idioms (big) -Big Brother
adjective idioms (big) - big bucks
adjective idioms (big) - big cheese
big expressions - big headed
adjective idioms (big) - big picture
big expressions - big time
big expressions list - bigwig meaning
adjective idioms (big) - eyes bigger than one’s belly
adjective idioms (big) - have a big mouth
adjective idioms (big) - have bigger fish to fry
adjective idioms (big) - hit the big time
big expressions - the big apple
big expressions - too big for one’s boots