big time

listen to the pronunciation of big time
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The highest, or most prestigious level in any field, especially in entertainment
the highest level of an occupation (especially in entertainment)
emphasis You can use big time if you want to emphasize the importance or extent of something that has happened. They screwed things up big time America lost big-time. the position of being very famous or important, for example in the entertainment business or in politics
If someone hits the big time, they become famous or successful in a particular area of activity. He hit the big time with films such as Ghost and Dirty Dancing
You can use big time to refer to the highest level of an activity or sport where you can achieve the greatest amount of success or importance. If you describe a person as big time, you mean they are successful and important. He took a long time to settle in to big-time football. a big-time investment banker
very high level of success in any given field (especially in the entertainment business, e.g. "The actor dreamed of making it to the big time.")
big time operator
person with a lot of influence; one who is active in a central way (in a project); activist; person who is actively involved in many different causes (commercial or otherwise)
of major significance or importance
to a significant degree
hit the big time
To become successful and widely known

After years of hard work, they finally hit the big time with their sixth album.

the big time
The highest or most successful level in a career
adverb big time 2
to a very large degree
big time

    Турецкое произношение

    bîg taym


    big league, major league, bigs, majors


    /ˈbəg ˈtīm/ /ˈbɪɡ ˈtaɪm/


    [ 'big ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Norwegian dialect bugge important man.

    Слово дня