- an important, influential, or prominent person; big shot; bigwig.
- something that is very large, important, impressive, or successful: a merger of two corporate biggies; a movie that was this year's box-office biggie.
Origin of biggie
Related Words for biggiefirm, business, company, trade, project, program, venture, activity, operation, essay, affair, stake, campaign, flier, house, move, crusade, proposition, endeavor, deed
Examples from the Web for biggie
Contemporary Examples of biggie
Metalworking, which is a biggie in Birmingham [several members worked for British Steel before joining], was even worse.The Stacks: The Judas Priest Teen Suicide Trial
June 28, 2014
There is no character named Tupac, nor is there a Suge, a Dre, a Snoop, an Afeni, or a Biggie.Broadway’s Rebel, Tellin’ You to Hear It: A Portrait of Saul Williams
June 17, 2014
“Some people view it all as bad,” he says, giving another “no biggie” shrug.Sex, Power, and Desire: The Life of America’s Next Top Escort
March 19, 2014
If Biggie or any of those people said that I feel like it would be used all the time as a common thing.‘Saturday Night Live’ Star Bobby Moynihan Is the ‘Chozen’ One
January 13, 2014
This music video for the late Brooklyn rapper has a fun conceit: kids playing Biggie and his crew.Spike Jonze’s 13 Best Music Videos: Beastie Boys, Kanye West, Fatboy Slim, and More
December 22, 2013