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big deal

adjective as in impressive


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Example Sentences

Teachers are a big deal, as are healthcare workers and service providers.

From Vox

If this actually happens, it will be a big deal, helping to further legitimize virtual currencies and dramatically expand the market for their use.

It’s not a big deal for small things, like recognizing images, but for larger problems it rapidly slows the whole process down, while increasing energy use.

These folks who tell us to move on, that it is not a big deal, that we should forget what’s happened, or even telling us to apologize — these are the same tactics of abusers.

I was like, “Wow, OK, so this is like a big deal being a reality star,” because at that time, Carlos, a lot of people looked down on reality stars.

From Ozy

Koenig makes a big deal out of this call and frames it as a massive red herring.

Religious displays on public property used to be a big deal.

Grizzlies lick them up by the thousands, and the media has made a big deal out of Yellowstone bears eating these bugs.

According to Merritt, at the time of the killings they were thrilled about scoring a big deal in Saudi Arabia.

It was never a big deal before, but when he first got back, certain toys would throw him into a rage.

I worked a big deal in futures for their father this morning; nice girls; it's time they were getting married.

It was a big deal in oil which concerned the buying up of seventeen huge adjoining ranches.

Paul reached home a little early, tired and cross from a big deal that had hung fire for ten days.

Look at your watch again and curse the mucking hombre de negocios who's holding up your big deal.

If it had be'n a big deal I wouldn't have be'n took in, that way.

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On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to big-deal, such as: big, consequential, considerable, extraordinary, generous, and hefty.

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