|adj. old; eldest||
|adj./adv. strong, important; very, quite||
|char. used in addressing a doctor (not used alone)||
n. heavy snow
adj. large size
n. main entrance, gate
phr. Turn the (volume of) the sound up.
n./adv. significant or important event, major issue; in a big way
n. heavy rain
v. to laugh aloud or loudly
n. world war
n. gale, strong wind
phr. Little kids are afraid of the big black bear.
phr. (asking sb. younger or of the same age) How old are you?
nphr. large-sized clothes
phr. I want to change to a big company.
phr. It rains harder and harder.
phr. a big tree
phr. a cannon
phr. The sand storm is so strong that dust has gotten into my eyes.
phr. Is your home big or not?
phr. Today it rained very heavily.
phr. So big!
phr. This school is too big.
phr. Our school is very big.
phr. to open the gate
nphr. big garden