We do what we can, and hopefully we can make even a small difference that in the end will help the big picture.
Dave Pollack, the head of operations in New York took to the stage to give us the big picture.
In Washington now very few have their eye on the big picture.
And yet, as we knocked on the doors in the public housing projects, big picture political ideology was never mentioned.
But Obama has his eye on the big picture, and the health of the economy would be negatively affected by draconian spending cuts.
Then he met her in the street, and begged her to come and pose for a head in his big picture, which he had taken up once more.
I was painting my big picture—I wish you'd come and see it, by the way.
I thought she'd have come in a velvet coat and a big picture hat full of feathers!
It is to the big picture what the short story is to the novel.
After the big picture with all its wizard scenes had been enjoyed, they started back towards Wildwoods.
an overall view or perspective of a situation or matter
used with 'the'