big on
phrasal strongly favoring or liking; also noted for <
she is big on blushing — Arnold Hano
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • big on — informal : very enthusiastic about (something) He s big on stamp collecting. [=he likes collecting stamps very much] She s not (very) big on dancing. • • • Main Entry: ↑big …   Useful english dictionary

  • big on — (something) believing that something is good or important. He s very big on jazz. She s not big on sales and marketing and all that …   New idioms dictionary

  • big on something — big on (something) believing that something is good or important. He s very big on jazz. She s not big on sales and marketing and all that …   New idioms dictionary

  • be big on something — be big on (something) to be very interested in something and think that it is important. The magazine is big on research into what their readers want. He s not big on self analysis it s no good asking him why he left her …   New idioms dictionary

  • be big on — (something) to be very interested in something and think that it is important. The magazine is big on research into what their readers want. He s not big on self analysis it s no good asking him why he left her …   New idioms dictionary

  • be big on something — spoken phrase to be very interested in something, or enjoy something a lot I’m not very big on musicals. Thesaurus: to be, or to become interested in somethingsynonym Main entry: big …   Useful english dictionary

  • be big on — (informal) 1. To do a lot of, be strong in (a particular area of work, etc) 2. To be enthusiastic about • • • Main Entry: ↑big …   Useful english dictionary

  • be big on something — spoken to be very interested in something, or enjoy something a lot I m not very big on musicals …   English dictionary

  • be big on — cvb idi Informal. to have a special liking or enthusiasm for …   From formal English to slang

  • big — [ bıg ] adjective *** 1. ) large in size: a beautiful woman with big eyes He kept all his secret papers in a big box. great big (=very big): At the end of the lane was a great big house. a ) a big person is tall and heavy, and often fat: A big… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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