- big noise
* * *big noise noun (informal)An important person• • •Main Entry: ↑big
* * *a person or organization that has a lot of power and influenceThesaurus: important and powerful person or peoplesynonym
* * *big noise,Slang. a person of importance; bigwig.
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* * *noun, pl ⋯ noises [count]Brit informal : a powerful or important person : ↑big shot— usually singular
She's a big noise in local politics.
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big noise — UK US noun [C] INFORMAL ► BIG SHOT(Cf. ↑big shot) … Financial and business terms
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big noise — noun count INFORMAL a person or organization that has a lot of power and influence … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
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big noise — 1. n. an important person. □ If you’re such a big noise, why don’t you get this line moving? □ She’s the big noise in Washington right now. 2. n. the important current news; the current scandal. □ What’s the big noise around town now? … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
big noise — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms big noise : singular big noise plural big noises informal a person or organization that has a lot of power and influence … English dictionary
big noise — /bɪg ˈnɔɪz/ (say big noyz) noun Colloquial a very important person … Australian English dictionary
big noise — important person (Slang) … English contemporary dictionary
big noise — noun (C) informal an important and powerful person in an organization … Longman dictionary of contemporary English