[ UK /bˈɪɡwɪɡ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɪˌɡwɪɡ/ ]
  1. the most important person in a group or undertaking
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How To Use bigwig In A Sentence

  • Even the fact that the heroine is an ex-actor and the Washington bigwig she befriends a thwarted thesp gives the whole affair a cosy patina of showbusiness.
  • Apparantly, a bigwig from the matrix is supposed to make the ghostrider sound ultra creepy, seen from wikipedia EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Ghost Rider: Gonna be lame or good?
  • He said local bigwigs had come into Asian homes, pressuring voters to cast their postal ballots in front of them - insisting they back Labour.
  • So, unlike the bigwigs who cashed in big on stock options, look for him to remain a working stiff.
  • The four-part series kicks off with a look at entertainment industry bigwigs conning us and is crammed with helpful ways to avoid getting fleeced. The Sun
  • BlindType acquired by Google, Android typists grin uncontrollably (engadget) ... we were wowed back in July by the software's ability to predict words regardless of how text was inputted, and it seems as if a few bigwigs within Google were as well. Daily Dispatch: Virtual worlds reach 1 Billion users; Car Home for Android simplifies app use on the go
  • A messy divorce, custody battle and continuing concerns about her mental condition left industry bigwigs worried about the future of her career. The Sun
  • It is not an official diplomatic conference, but all the top brass and political bigwigs can be found there.
  • In the late 1990s the itch to merge seemed to infect most of the bigwig chief executives.
  • Politicians, princes and bigwigs of every stripe vied for a place in their circle and were roundly rejected.
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