Maybe you think Botox is no big deal—a quick lunchtime jab to freshen up the face?
What was the big deal with these semi-forgotten giants that they should suffer humiliation and death?
They will try to get people around you to think it is not a big deal.
It was at that moment when it was still a bit of a big deal for a straight actor.
Yes, the Cairo speech was a big deal for Muslim audiences around the world.
“I mean that Gaslucky got sheared in the big deal the other day at Chicago,” Lucas explained.
The big deal was going slowly––not badly, but with maddening delays.
Paul reached home a little early, tired and cross from a big deal that had hung fire for ten days.
How about that big deal you were going to put through for me?
Anyone else would have made a big deal out of it, but he just brought me into the discussion.
from mid-19c. in poker or business; as an ironic expression, popular in American English from c.1965, perhaps a translated Yiddishism (cf. a groyser kunst).
: a big-deal salary/ a big-deal Boston wiseass dick;
[1940s+ Students and WWII armed forces; probably fr the Yiddish sarcastic dismissal agroyser kunst, ''some big art,'' as translated and used, for example, by the comedian Arnold Stang]