big-time translation | English-French dictionary

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adv.
quelque chose de bien
adj.
de première catégorie
v.
perdre de façon spectaculaire, échouer totalement, foirer (familier en français)
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'big-time' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
big-time gambler
n.
big-time gambler
adv.
full tilt ; big-time
Completely. French reverse for "à fond".
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big time

  
, big-time         
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      adj  
[football, investment]  
de première catégorie    f     
→ He took a long time to settle in to big-time football.        
→ ... a big-time investment banker.        
      n  
to hit the big time      percer  
→ Matsuoka is the first player from Japan to really hit the tennis big time ...        
→ He hit the big time with films such as Ghost and Dirty Dancing.        
      adv     (US)   de manière spectaculaire  
→ They screwed things up big time ...        
→ America lost big-time.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
"big-time": examples and translations in context
Carol, our kids are getting hitched... we screwed up big-time. Carol, nos enfants sont accrochés... On a foiré le grand moment.
And I've learned my lesson -- big-time. Et j'ai appris ma leçon -- grand moment.
I want to have sex with him big-time. Je veux coucher avec lui grand moment.
Some guy popped off in the movie theater, and I had to be totally heroic, big-time. Des mecs se sont faufilés dans la salle de cinéma, et j'ai eu à être totalement héroïque, grand moment.
This is big-time ball season. Le grand moment est arrivé.
All right. But you're gonna owe me big-time. D'accord mais tu me devras une fière chandelle.
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