adjectivecomparative: bigger ; superative biggest
(Great in size or amount, large, important, grownup, boastful, ambitious, noble, boastfully, impressively, showing imagination. -big brother a person with total control over others. -big business any large business enterprise, a monopoly) ធ្ងន់, មហា, ដែលផើម, ដែលមានគភ៌, មនុស្សក្អេងក្អាង, មនុស្សអួត, big house ធំ, big man about town មានមុខមាត់
Example: if it has 37 rooms, I'd certainly agree that's a big house.
  • Big Bang
    - ប៊ិកប៊ែង (ការផ្លាស់ប្តូរដ៏ធំនៅផ្សារហ៊ុនអង់គ្លេសកាលពីឆ្នាំ​១៩៨៦)
  • Big Board
    - ផ្សារហ៊ុនក្រុងញូវយ៉ក
  • big brother
    - បងប្រុស
  • big business
    - ស្ថាប័នជំនួញធំៗ
  • big game
    - កីឡាបរបាញ់សត្វធំៗ, អ្វីៗសំខាន់
  • big heart
    - ចិត្ដសប្បុរស
  • big house
    - ពន្ធនាគារ
  • big news
    - ព័ត៌មានសំខាន់
  • big shot
    - មនុស្សសំខាន់ឬឋានៈខ្ពង់ខ្ពស់
  • big talker
    - មនុស្សសំដីគ្រលរ
  • big time
    - ការប្រកួតគ្នាធំ
  • big toe
    - ម្រាមជើងធំ
  • in a big way
    - ជាទ្រង់ទ្រាយធំ
  • too big for britches
    - ទុកចិត្តហួសពេក
adjectivecomparative: bigger ; superative biggest
Having largeness of size; of much bulk or magnitude; of great size; large.
Great with young; pregnant; swelling; ready to give birth or produce; -- often figuratively.
Having greatness, fullness, importance, inflation, distention, etc., whether in a good or a bad sense; as, a big heart; a big voice; big looks; to look big. As applied to looks, it indicates haughtiness or pride.
august, bulky, colossal, enormous, grand, great, huge, hulking, immense, large, majestic, massive, monstrous
little, petite, small, tiny