In a big way



adverb phrase

Very much; extremely: The soldiers went for pin-ups in a big way (1903+)
To a great extent, conspicuously. For example, I could go for a hamburger in a big way, or This hotel chain is expanding in a big way. [ ; late 1800s ]

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