German translation of 'big time'
Example Sentences Including 'big time'
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The duo hit the big time when a sleazy TV executive invests money in their cable show.The Sun (2011)
I owe them big time and that means I have to do something for them.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But when we took the game to them big time in the first quarter, he looked as rattled as the rest.The Sun (2008)
He wants the big time.The Sun (2008)
He was champion apprentice in 1995 and has been a long time in the wings before hitting the big time.The Sun (2007)
I have really messed things up big time and now I just do not know how to make things better.The Sun (2014)
Londoner Daisy hit the big time after a string of minor TV roles and a stint of modelling.The Sun (2014)
September's eclipse in your opposite sign of Aries is when you could really hit the big time.The Sun (2015)
The Bajan has gone for the same short, curly style she had when she first hit the big time.The Sun (2013)
The idea has caught on big time since the first picture was uploaded in February last year.The Sun (2014)
Then you hit the big time and for the past few years you've been performing to thousands of diehard fans at gigs all around the world.The Sun (2015)
This really is the big time.The Sun (2013)
We're all waiting for him to hit the big time.The Sun (2007)
'big time' in Other Languages
British English: big time ADJECTIVE
You can use big time to refer to the highest level of an activity or sport where you can achieve the greatest amount of success or importance.
He took a long time to settle in to big time football.
- American English: big time
- Brazilian Portuguese: a sério
- Chinese: 第一流的
- European Spanish: de alto nivel
- French: de première catégorie
- German: Spitzen-
- Italian: di alto livello
- Japanese: 一流の
- Korean: 일류의
- European Portuguese: a sério
- Spanish: de alto nivel
Translation of big time from the Collins English to German Dictionary