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- Big o, the
big o, the
- Big of one
Generous of one, as in It was big of Bill to give his brother his entire paycheck. This expression may be used either straightforwardly (as above) or sarcastically, as in How big of you to save the absolute worst seat for me. [ c. 1940 ]
- Big of someone
big of someone
- Big on
Enthusiastic about, as in Dad is big on Christmas with the whole family. [ ; mid-1800s ]