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big moment

An occasion that has been eagerly awaited. It's the big moment—they're finally picking the raffle winner! I'm sorry I spoiled your big moment—I had no idea Brad was going to propose.
See also: big, moment

big moment

 and moment everyone has been waiting for
the special time that everyone has been waiting for. The big moment has come. I will now announce the winner. This is the moment everyone has been waiting for. Now we will learn the name of the big winner.
See also: big, moment
References in classic literature ?
There were no big moments when I trudged along the street throwing my papers in at doors.
A lot of cricketers in those big, big moments disappear.
I'm sure they could fill the Principality for Ireland but I think the 30,000 at the Cardiff City Stadium makes for an electric atmosphere and in the big moments Wales produce.
Readers will be rewarded by Stern's intimate connections to the big moments of the twentieth century as well as the clear-eyed humor with which he contemplates the end awaiting us all.
As a Liverpool player, you're often fortunate enough to be involved in big moments.
QUOTE oF THE Day "The wins and the losses, they all lead to these big moments.
He has been fantastic how he has played in some of the Champions League games this year, making big saves in big moments.
He said: "The big moments of the game, if we're better we win, but we weren't.
Racing is driven by big moments like the Grand National, Royal Ascot, Champions Day or, when it grows to the size it is now, the Scoop6.
It is just going to be about how we play those big moments, those pressure moments.
And of course, our Big Moments and our frivolous pleasures aren't unconnected.
But I just think a referee in those big moments in big areas of the pitch, you have to get those right.
Summary: In South Korea, home of kimchi and other garlicky food, having fresh breath for life's big moments, such as a kiss, is a big concern.