big noise

big noise
,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. 2013.

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  • big noise — big noises N COUNT Someone who is a big noise has an important position in a group or organization. [BRIT, INFORMAL] Syn: big shot …   English dictionary

  • big noise — n informal an important and powerful person in an organization …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • big noise — noun slang : a person of consequence : bigwig * * * big noise noun (informal) An important person • • • Main Entry: ↑big * * * big noise UK US noun [countable] …   Useful english dictionary

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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 From Winnetka — is a jazz composition written by composer and bass player Bob Haggart. It was first recorded in 1938 and featured Bob Haggart and drummer Ray Bauduc, both members of the swing/dixieland orchestra Bob Crosby and the Bobcats. The recording is… …   Wikipedia

  • big noise — /bɪg ˈnɔɪz/ (say big noyz) noun Colloquial a very important person …  

  • big noise — important person (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

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