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adjective, bigger, biggest.
large, as in size, height, width, or amount:
a big house; a big quantity.
of major concern, importance, gravity, or the like:
a big problem.
outstanding for a specified quality:
a big liar; a big success.
important, as in influence, standing, or wealth:
a big man in his field.
big enough to know better.
my big sister.
doing business or conducted on a large scale; major in size or importance:
consisting of the largest or most influential companies in an industry:
Big steel wants to lower prices, but the smaller mills don't.
Informal. known or used widely; popular:
Nouvelle cuisine became big in the 1970s.
magnanimous; generous; kindly:
big enough to forgive.
boastful; pompous; pretentious; haughty:
a big talker.
a big voice.
(of clothing or a clothing design) made of or distinguished by voluminous fabric that is loosely or softly shaped and fitted:
a big shirt; the big look.
(of a wine) having more than average flavor, body, and alcoholic content.
eyes big with tears.
Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. pregnant.
Obsolete. very strong; powerful.
Informal. boastfully; pretentiously:
to act big; to talk big.
Informal. with great success; successfully:
to go over big.
the bigs, Sports Slang. the highest level of professional competition, as the major leagues in baseball.
be big on, to have a special liking or enthusiasm for:
Mother is big on family get-togethers.
big with child. great (def 23).
adjective, compar. of good with best as superl.
of superior quality or excellence:
a better coat; a better speech.
morally superior; more virtuous:
They are no better than thieves.
of superior suitability, advisability, desirability, acceptableness, etc.; preferable:
a better time for action.
the better part of a lifetime.
improved in health; healthier than before.
completely recovered in health.
adverb, compar. of well with best as superl.
in a more appropriate or acceptable way or manner:
to behave better.
to a greater degree; more completely or thoroughly:
He knows the way better than we do. I probably know him better than anyone else.
I walked better than a mile to town.
verb (used with object)
to increase the good qualities of; make better; improve: to better one's grades;
to better the lot of the suburban commuter.
to improve upon; surpass; exceed:
We have bettered last year's production record.
Cards. to raise (a previous bid).
that which has greater excellence or is preferable or wiser:
the better of two choices.
Usually, betters. those superior to one in wisdom, wealth, etc.
in better circumstances.
more fortunate; happier:
Because of his asthma, he would be better off in a different climate.
better oneself, to improve one's social standing, financial position, or education:
He is going to night school because he wants to better himself.
for the better, in a way that is an improvement:
His health changed for the better.
get / have the better of,
to get an advantage over.
to prevail against.
go (someone) one better, to exceed the effort of; be superior to:
The neighbors went us one better by buying two new cars.
had better, would be wiser or more well-advised to; ought to:
We had better stay indoors today.
no better than one should be, morally inferior; immoral or amoral:
Don't speak to him; he's no better than he should be!
think better of,
to reconsider and decide more favorably or wisely regarding:
I was tempted to make a sarcastic retort, but thought better of it.
to form a higher opinion of:
I think better of him now that he's gone back to college.
adjective, faster, fastest.
moving or able to move, operate, function, or take effect quickly; quick; swift; rapid:
a fast horse; a fast pain reliever; a fast thinker.
done in comparatively little time; taking a comparatively short time:
a fast race; fast work.
indicating a time in advance of the correct time, as of a clock.
noting or according to daylight-saving time.
adapted to, allowing, productive of, or imparting rapid movement:
a hull with fast lines; one of the fastest pitchers in baseball.
characterized by unrestrained conduct or lack of moral conventions, especially in sexual relations; wanton; loose:
Some young people in that era were considered fast, if not downright promiscuous.
characterized by hectic activity:
leading a fast life.
firmly fixed in place; not easily moved; securely attached.
held or caught firmly, so as to be unable to escape or be extricated:
an animal fast in a trap.
firmly tied, as a knot.
closed and made secure, as a door, gate, or shutter.
such as to hold securely:
to lay fast hold on a thing.
firm in adherence; loyal; devoted:
permanent, lasting, or unchangeable:
a fast color; a hard and fast rule.
(of money, profits, etc.) made quickly or easily and sometimes deviously:
He earned some fast change helping the woman with her luggage.
cleverly quick and manipulative in making money:
a fast operator when it comes to closing a business deal.
(of a lens) able to transmit a relatively large amount of light in a relatively short time.
(of a film) requiring a relatively short exposure time to attain a given density.
(of a track condition) completely dry.
(of a track surface) very hard.
adverb, faster, fastest.
quickly, swiftly, or rapidly.
in quick succession:
Events followed fast upon one another to the crisis.
to hold fast.
in a wild or dissipated way.
ahead of the correct or announced time.
Archaic. close; near:
a fastening for a door, window, or the like.
play fast and loose. play (def 80).
pull a fast one, Informal. to play an unfair trick; practice deceit:
He tried to pull a fast one on us by switching the cards.