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1‘a big garden’

SINÓNIMOS
large, sizeable, of considerable size, substantial, considerable, great, huge, immense, enormous, extensive, colossal, massive, mammoth, vast, prodigious, tremendous, gigantic, giant, monumental, mighty, stupendous, gargantuan, elephantine, titanic, epic, mountainous, megalithic, monstrous, Brobdingnagian
towering, tall, high, lofty
outsize, oversized, overgrown, cumbersome, unwieldy
inordinate, unlimited, goodly
capacious, voluminous, commodious, spacious, good-size, good-sized, fair-size, fair-sized
king-size, king-sized, man-size, family-size, family-sized, economy-size, economy-sized
coloquial jumbo, whopping, whopping great, thumping, thumping great, bumper, mega, humongous, monster, astronomical, cosmic, almighty, dirty great, socking great, tidy
Britanico coloquial whacking, whacking great, ginormous
literario massy
ANTÓNIMOS

small, little

2‘a big man with a square red face’

SINÓNIMOS
well built, sturdily built, heavily built, sturdy, brawny, burly, broad-shouldered, muscular, muscly, well muscled, robust, rugged, lusty, Herculean, bulky, strapping, thickset, stocky, solid, hefty, meaty
tall, huge, gigantic
fat, stout, portly, plump, heavy, overweight, oversize, fleshy, paunchy, corpulent, obese, gargantuan, elephantine
coloquial hunky, hulking, beefy, husky
Norteamericano coloquial buff
anticuado stalwart
literario thewy, stark
ANTÓNIMOS

small, slight, short

3‘you're a big girl now’

SINÓNIMOS
grown-up, adult, mature, grown, full grown
elder, older

4‘it's a big decision, so don't rush it’

SINÓNIMOS
important, significant, major, of great import, of significance, momentous, of moment, weighty, consequential, of consequence, far-reaching, key, vital, critical, crucial, life-and-death, high-priority, serious, grave, solemn
no joke, no laughing matter
ANTÓNIMOS

minor, unimportant, trivial

5‘a big man in the government’

SINÓNIMOS
powerful, important, prominent, influential, high-powered, leading, pre-eminent, of high standing, outstanding, well known, eminent, distinguished, principal, foremost, noteworthy, notable, noted
Norteamericano major-league
ANTÓNIMOS

unimportant, obscure

6‘a small company with big plans’

SINÓNIMOS
ambitious, far-reaching, on a grand scale
grandiose, unrealistic, overambitious
ANTÓNIMOS

modest

7‘she's got a big heart’

SINÓNIMOS
generous, kind, kindly, kind-hearted, caring, compassionate, loving, benevolent, magnanimous, unselfish, altruistic, selfless, philanthropic

8‘African bands are big in Britain’

SINÓNIMOS
popular, successful, commercially successful, in demand, sought-after, all the rage
coloquial hot, in, cool, trendy, now, hip
Britanico coloquial, anticuado all the go

Frases

    too big for one's boots


    SINÓNIMOS
    conceited, full of oneself, cocky, boastful, arrogant, cocksure, above oneself, self-important, immodest, swaggering, strutting
    vain, self-satisfied, self-congratulatory, pleased with oneself, self-loving, in love with oneself, self-admiring, self-regarding, smug, complacent
    coloquial big-headed, swollen-headed
    literario vainglorious
    marginal peacockish
    ANTÓNIMOS

    modest