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A Big Fish In A Small Pond »
(one who succeeds in a small area where there is little competition...)

A Big Frog In A Small Pond »
(one who succeeds in a small area where there is little competition...)

Get A Big Send Off »
(a big party to celebrate that you are leaving; a going-away party...)

Go Over Big With Someone »
(they really liked it...)

Have A Big Mouth »
(that person talks a lot about other people...)

No Big Deal »
(it is okay; it doesn't matter; it is not important...)

The Big Moment »
(The time that you have been waiting for...)

A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing »
(people who have only a little knowledge about something often make big mistakes because they think they know more than they actually know...)

Batten Down The Hatches »
(prepare for a big storm...)

Better Safe Than Sorry »
(it is better to be careful than to risk making a big mistake...)

Bite Off More Than One Can Chew »
(accept a responsibility which is too big...)

Biting Off More Than You Can Chew »
(taking on a challenge that is too big...)

Foul Up »
(make a big error...)

Get Off Easy »
(one did something wrong but did not receive a big punishment...)

Get Off Lightly »
(one did something wrong but did not get a big punishment...)

In Deep Water »
(in trouble; having big problems that are difficult to solve...)

Loaded For Bear »
(ready for a big fight...)

No Pain, No Gain »
(you must work hard if you want big results...)

Pie In The Sky »
(a big idea which is impossible to make real...)

Square Meal »
(a big, healthy meal...)

Take Effect »
(big to have a result or reaction...)

Take Someone Or Something By Storm »
(arrive with a big noise and lots of activity...)

The Best Laid Schemes Of Mice And Men »
(good plans can go bad; big plans that people make and fill with hopes and dreams...)

Thunder »
(the sound that comes from big clouds in the sky, often after flash of lightning or during rain...)

Work Wonders With Someone Or Something »
(Make a big improvement...)



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