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  • as inprominent
  • as ineminent
  • as inbig name

synonyms for big-name

  • distinguished
  • eminent
  • great
  • high-profile
  • leading
  • notable
  • noted
  • notorious
  • outstanding
  • popular
  • preeminent
  • renowned
  • respected
  • well-known
  • VIP
  • big-league
  • big-shot
  • celebrated
  • chief
  • famed
  • foremost
  • main
  • top
  • underlined
  • well-thought-of
  • world-class
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antonyms for big-name

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  • inferior
  • insignificant
  • ordinary
  • poor
  • unimportant
  • unknown
  • unremarkable
  • obscure
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    How to use big-name in a sentence

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    Tesla will join big names such as Microsoft, Wikipedia and PayPal in accepting bitcoin worldwide.
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    For example, by exposing several environment config files, the digital marketing agency, teamDigital, has put the sensitive data of their clients – big names, such as NFL, Mastercard, or Soundcloud – in danger.
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    A lot of big names, including Dow components, report in the coming days.
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    You look at the names of the guys that didn’t finish the game tonight and the guys that were out — there’s some pretty big names.
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    It’d be almost impossible to go through the steps for snatching information off of every single source, so we’ll cover a few of the big names.
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    And, with robot vacuums a new frontier, expect to see stiff competition from these big names.
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    For months it attracted big names and gained millions of users, many of whom had grown fed up with traditional social media platforms.
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    Let’s walk through an example to show you how…While most of the big names in web crawling – Botify, DeepCrawl, OnCrawl – all offer the ability to extract data from the source code, I will be using ScreamingFrog in the example below.
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    Glick had co-founded a private leadership consulting business and worked with big names such as McKinsey & Company and the Denver Broncos.
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    WORDS RELATED TO BIG-NAME

    • acclaimed
    • big
    • big-name
    • eminent
    • famed
    • glorious
    • great
    • high-powered
    • high-profile
    • illustrious
    • immortal
    • important
    • large
    • laureate
    • lionized
    • notable
    • number one
    • numero uno
    • outstanding
    • popular
    • preeminent
    • prominent
    • renowned
    • revered
    • storied
    • up there
    • well-known
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