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big picture

noun as in entire perspective

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Of all of the great reporting you and other science reporters have done on the pandemic, most people experience only a swath of what the big picture of the pandemic is — the bigger picture that you as a reporter have.

It’s important that you understand what’s going on at other points of the customer journey and have that big picture view of what each person and channel is doing to support content discoverability, engagement, and conversion.

BryteBridge’s Brian Davis cautions would-be founders about making the leap into business before looking at the big picture.

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Marketers are finding more ways to get their brands into games — big picture, gaming has gone mainstream.

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The QB switch from Ryan Fitzpatrick to Tagovailoa was warranted all along, in the big picture.

And yet, as we knocked on the doors in the public housing projects, big picture political ideology was never mentioned.

Boarding, or flying in big actors to shoot for a few days, is bad for the big picture.

But he is clearly focused on big picture social and political issues than he is on running money in his hedge fund.

Despite these positive micro-trends, the big picture remains deeply troubling.

Organizations that support Israel in the United States face the same choice and should focus on the big picture.

Though there was no one else in the room but the great man in the big picture, Jehosophat's cheeks grew very red.

I thought she'd have come in a velvet coat and a big picture hat full of feathers!

The big picture is conspicuous, forming the centre of the line on that wall.

From the top of the door he leaped to the big picture frame between the front windows.

At dinner that day Bunny and Sue talked of nothing but the circus, and the big picture-poster on grandpa's barn.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to big picture, such as: essence, approach, attack, broad view, idea, and master plan.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.