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in a big/small way

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin a big/small wayin a big/small wayused to talk about the degree to which something happens, or how important it is The business was a success, in a small way. way
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in a big/small wayActors are getting paid more than their worth all over Hollywood right now, and in a big way.Way back, something went bad in a big way.This is something he has carried in a big way into his later professional life.But I think we blew it in a big way.His ambulance service has taken off in a big way.I began to prepare in a small way to enjoy the Christmas in Bedford.But his baseball career has been resurrected in a big way this season.Colorado has taken to the sport in a big way.
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