plural noun Slang.
a large amount of money.
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- big boy,
- big brother,
- big brother is watching you,
- big brotherism,
- big brown bat,
- big bud,
- big business,
- big c,
- big casino,
- big cheese
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Examples from the Web for big bucks
The big-bucks donors to the 2012 campaign complain they are being demonized.
pl n informal, mainly US
large quantities of money
the power and influence of people or organizations that control large quantities of money
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A great deal of money, as in A swimming pool—that means you're spending big bucks. Buck has been slang for “dollar” since the mid-1800s. [Slang; second half of 1900s]
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