the big (number)-o

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the big (number)-o

An age ending in zero, used especially when one turns that age on one's birthday. So, you're turning the big three-o tomorrow! How are you feeling about it? My mom's going to be the big six-o this summer, so we're planning a big family vacation to mark the occasion.
See also: big

the big — -o

used to denote an age ending in a zero, especially as marked by a landmark birthday. informal
See also: big
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It could be because I am heading towards the big 5-0, so entering 'mid life' and therefore questioning anything and everything, or simply because I am naturally nosey!
The ageless Dawn Zulueta hit the big 5-0 sans any lament about old age.
THE BIG 5-0 Hearts striker Naismith is desperate to win his 50th cap and a place in Hall of Fame
'If we have to face big 5-0 defeats at the hands of Belgium and the Netherlands with these seniors it is better to say goodbye to them and bring in new blood to prepare them in the next couple of years for cut-throat international contests,' Tauqir said.
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"My Squad holding me down for my big 5-0. We're gonna start live streaming on my YouTube soon, link in bio#willsmiththejump," the caption said.
Mark Gonzales, Jeff Grosso and Tony Hawk will all turn the big 5-0, proving that although age is just a number, none of us thought we would ever get here.
To celebrate her big 5-0, Minogue reportedly hosted a star-studded party in London on Sunday where Alan Carr, Chrissie Hynde and Graham Norton were in attendance.
"I'm trying to think of a way to say it without swearing," the singer says with a giggle, when asked how she's feeling about approaching the big 5-0 on May 28.
Approaching the "big 5-0" means that individuals are beginning to realize that they are no longer young.
Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher is racing towards the big 5-0 and, outwardly, is still the ultimate rock'n'roll star sneering at the world.
Though he is closing in on the Big 5-0, Steve Sxwithul'txw has taken participatory sports journalism to a new level.
A writer for the Huffington Post did three things for her big 5-0. She saw Barbara Streisand in concert, she participated in a flash mob and she decided to get a tattoo.