large labor unions collectively.
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- Big laurel
the rhododendron. Historical Examples Letters from the Alleghany Mountains Charles Lanman For the Sake of the School Angela Brazil Tales of the Toys, Told by Themselves Frances Freeling Broderip
- Bigleaf maple
a tree, Acer macrophyllum, of western North America, having large, deeply lobed leaves and fragrant yellow flowers in drooping clusters.
- Big league
Sports. major league. Often, big leagues. Informal. the area of greatest competition, highest achievement or rewards, etc.: He’s a local politician who isn’t ready for the big league. Sports. of or belonging to a major league: a big-league pitcher. Informal. among the largest, foremost, etc., of its kind: the big-league steel companies. Contemporary Examples Havana […]
Sports. a player in a major league. Informal. a person who belongs to or works for a big-league organization.