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a big shot


Definition (British English)

big, shot
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big, shot
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Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

big, shot
Merriam Webster


big, shot
Online Etymology Dictionary

ein großes Tier



groß, Tier

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big wheel - das RiesenradLast post 13 Oct 10, 14:59
big wheel noun * 1 British a Ferris wheel * 2 North American term for bigwig (http://www.o…4 Replies
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Big wheel - Hohes TierLast post 05 Mar 10, 17:17
1. The Simpsons, Season 6, Episode 15, Milhouse to Bart: "My dad's a big wheel down in the c…2 Replies
big bug - hohes TierLast post 08 Mar 09, 21:33 …8 Replies
big-scale - großLast post 04 Sep 12, 17:35
But about six of the biggest-scale monitors were harder to identify, as the companies behind…1 Replies
großes Kino - big dealLast post 12 May 14, 08:13
Atemlos durch die Nacht\u2028 Spür‘ was Liebe mit uns macht\u2028 Atemlos, schwindelfrei, gro1 Replies
big-buck - großes GeldLast post 13 Oct 04, 18:47 I believe that if we are expected to co…0 Replies
hoopla - grosses TamtamLast post 14 Sep 09, 22:21 genauso verhält es sich mit "gro5 Replies
shot-putter, shotputter - der KugelstoßerLast post 23 Nov 11, 17:04
Noun 1. shot putter - an athlete who competes in the shot put Based on WordNet 3.0, Farle…8 Replies
stimmt big shotLast post 28 Aug 08, 11:51
Wir sind nummer elf und vor uns liegen die ganz großen der Branche Frage: Kann man big shot…3 Replies

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