big|gie [ˈbıgi] n
1.) informal something very large, important, or successful
I think their new CD is going to be a biggie.
2.) no biggie
AmE spoken said when something is not important or when you are not upset or angry about something
'Oh, I'm sorry.' 'That's okay, no biggie.'

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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