简明英汉词典

big
[bi^]
adj.
大的, 重要的, 量大的, 重要的
adv.
夸大地, 顺利

美国传统词典[双解]

big
big
AHD:[b1g]
D.J.[big]
K.K.[b!g]
adj.(形容词)
big.gerbig.gest

(1)

Of considerable size, number, quantity, magnitude, or extent; large.See Synonyms at large
巨大的:在尺寸、数字、质量、广度或范围上相当大的;巨大的参见 large

(2)

Of great force; strong:
强大的:力量大的;强大的:
a big wind; in a big rage.
大风;盛怒

(3)

Obsolete Of great strength.
【废语】 强力的:力量大的

(4)

Grown-up; adult.
长大的;成人的

(5)

Pregnant:
怀孕的:
big with child.
怀孩子

(6)

Filled up; brimming over:
充满的:充满了的;溢出的:
felt big with love.
心中满怀爱意

(7)

Having or exercising considerable authority, control, or influence:
重要的,有影响力的:有或运用相当大的权力、控制力或影响力的:
a big official; a big chief.
首要官员;重要首长

(8)

Conspicuous in position, wealth, or importance; prominent:
显赫的:在地位、财富或重要性方面惹人注目的;显著的、重要的:
a big figure in the peace movement.
在和平运动中显赫的人物

(9)

Of great significance; momentous:
重大的:意义重大的;重要的:
a big decision; a big victory.
重大决定;重大胜利

(10)

Informal Self-important; cocky:
【非正式用语】 自大的;傲慢的:
You're too big for your own good.
你太自负了

(11)

Loud and firm; resounding:
大声的:大声而坚定的;响亮的:
a big voice.
响亮的嗓音

(12)

Bountiful; generous:
慷慨的;大度的:
had a big heart.
有雅量
adv.(副词)

(1)

In a pretentious or boastful way:
夸大地:自负地或自夸地:
talked big about the new job.
夸大新工作的好处

(2)

Informal
【非正式用语】

(3)

With considerable success:
成功地:取得巨大成功地:
made it big with their recent best-selling album.
他们最近的畅销唱片生意取得很大成功

(4)

In a thorough or unmistakable way; emphatically:
断然地:完全地或确切无疑地;显著地:
failed big at the box office.
票房失利

习惯用语

big on
Enthusiastic about; partial to:
对…热心的;对…过分偏爱:
“The Japanese are big on ranking things and deciding which is Number One”(James Fallows)
“日本人热衷于将事物分成三流九等,然后决定那个是第一等的”(詹姆斯·法洛斯)

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

[perhaps of Scandinavian origin]
[也许源于斯堪的纳维亚语]

继承用法

biggish
adj.(形容词)

bigly
adv.(副词)

bigness
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

big
[bI^]
adj.
bigger, biggest

(1)

大的;重大的;重要的
This computer has one big failing.
这台计算机有一个大缺点。* How big is the school you go to?
你上的学校有多大?
He is the big cheese.
他是个要人。
She's a big name in the painting world.
她在油画界赫赫有名。
It is always one of our principal policies to develop agriculture in a big way.
大力发展农业一直是我们的主要方针之一。

(2)

量大的
There was a big choice of hotels in the small seaside town.
这个海滨小镇上有好多旅店可供挑选。
a big spender
挥霍无度的人
These players are all big eaters.
这些运动员都是些食量很大的人。
We've had the biggest wheat crop ever this year.
今年我们小麦的产量是历年来最高的。
That's big of him. (非正式)
他真慷慨。

(3)

(常与with连用)怀孕的(女人)
big with child
怀有身孕

(4)

受欢迎的
That new popular singer is a big draw.
那位新流行歌手很能吸引听众。
Big deal!
妙极!

习惯用语

have big ideas
想要做大事的

词性变化

big
adv.
自大地;有抱负地
to talk big
说大话
to think big
有抱负

现代英汉综合大辞典

big
[bi^]
adj.
(bigger, biggest)

(1)

大, 巨大; 已长大的

(2)

怀孕的; 充满着...的(with)

(3)

重要的; 主要的; 出名的

(4)

(演出等)极成功的, 极受欢迎的, 极喜爱的

(5)

傲慢的, 自大的

(6)

宽宏的, 大度的, 善良的

(7)

严重的 Big Ben 英国议会大厦上的大钟
expect a big corn crop
期望粮食丰收
be big with child
怀孕
big time
a big talker
爱吹牛的人
a man with a big heart
一个度量宽宏的人
The big moment has come at last.
重要时刻终于到来了。

词性变化

big
adv.

(1)

大量地, 大大地

(2)

[口]自大地, 傲慢地

(3)

宽宏大量地

(4)

宽广地

(5)

成功地
He likes to talk big.
他喜欢说大话。
She paid big for that.
她为那事付出了很大的代价。

big
n.
巨子, 大亨; 大公司
the bigs of the aviation industry
航空业的大亨们

继承用法

bigboned
adj., n.
骨骼粗大的(人)

bigbore
adj.
(指武器)大口径的

bigcity
adj.
大城市的

bigeye
n.
大眼鲷

bigeyed
adj.

(1)

有大眼睛的

(2)

吃惊的, 惊讶的

bighead
[5bI^hed]
n.

(1)

自高自大的人

(2)

【医】大头病

bighorn
[`bI^hR:n]
n.
巨角野羊

bigheaded
adj.
自负的, 自大的

big-hearted
adj.
亲切的; 宽大的; 慷慨的

bigleaguer
n.
[口]参加主要比赛者

bigmouth
n.

(1)

[美俚]多嘴多舌的人

(2)

阔口鱼

bigname
adj.
有名的; 包括知名人士的, 与知名人士有关的

bigroot
n.
大根香叶

bigticket
adj.
高价的; 昂贵的

big-time
[`bI^taIm]
adj.
[美俚]有名的, 杰出的, 第一流的; 主要的, 重要的

bigtimer
n.
达到第一流水平的人

bigwig
[5bI^wI^]
n.
名人, 要人或妄自尊大的人

biggish
[5bi^iF]
adj.

bigness
n.

习惯用语

be big on
喜爱

go (over) big
大受欢迎, 非常成功

look big
摆出一副了不起的样子

make big
取得显著成绩; 飞黄腾达

talk big
说大话, 吹牛

英文相关词典

big
adult    considerable    grand    great    grown-up    important    large    mature    little    small    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

big
大的

美国传统词典

big
big
AHD:[b1g]
D.J.[big]
K.K.[b!g]
adj.
big.ger, big.gest

(1)

Of considerable size, number, quantity, magnitude, or extent; large.See Synonyms at large

(2)

Of great force; strong:
a big wind; in a big rage.

(3)

Obsolete Of great strength.

(4)

Grown-up; adult.

(5)

Pregnant:
big with child.

(6)

Filled up; brimming over:
felt big with love.

(7)

Having or exercising considerable authority, control, or influence:
a big official; a big chief.

(8)

Conspicuous in position, wealth, or importance; prominent:
a big figure in the peace movement.

(9)

Of great significance; momentous:
a big decision; a big victory.

(10)

Informal Self-important; cocky:
You're too big for your own good.

(11)

Loud and firm; resounding:
a big voice.

(12)

Bountiful; generous:
had a big heart.
adv.

(1)

In a pretentious or boastful way:
talked big about the new job.

(2)

Informal

(3)

With considerable success:
made it big with their recent best-selling album.

(4)

In a thorough or unmistakable way; emphatically:
failed big at the box office.

习惯用语

big on
Enthusiastic about; partial to:
“The Japanese are big on ranking things and deciding which is Number One”(James Fallows)

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

[perhaps of Scandinavian origin]

继承用法

biggish
adj.

bigly
adv.

bigness
n.

英汉船舶大词典

big
n.大,巨大

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

BIG
= Bevan Information Generator,比万信息发生器

英汉法学大词典

big
adj.大

英汉化学大词典

big
adj.大的,重要的,大的

英汉海运大词典

big
大的

英汉经贸大词典

big
adj.大的,重要的,大的

英汉计算机大词典

big
adj.大的(重要的,大的)

英汉建筑大词典

big
adj.大的,重要的,成功

英汉医学大词典

big
n.大的

英汉中医大词典

big
n.大的

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