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Definitions for big-ticket
big-tick·et

This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word big-ticket.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. big-ticket(a), high-ticket(a)adjective

    very expensive

    "big-ticket items like cars and furs"; "a big-ticket government program"

Wiktionary

  1. big-ticketadjective

    Costly or expensive; having a high price.

    Doing careful research before purchasing big-ticket items such as electronics, appliances, and automobiles can ensure that an investment lasts for many years.

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  1. big-ticket

    Big-ticket refers to something that is high in price or value, often requiring significant expenditure or investment. It is typically used to describe items such as houses, cars, or luxury goods.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of big-ticket in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of big-ticket in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of big-ticket in a Sentence

  1. Win Htein:

    We are going to aggressively target the constituencies with big-ticket candidates from the ruling camp.

  2. Paul Wondra:

    I was told by the Lottery people that, now you’re going to be that mecca, you sold a big ticket. You’re going to be the place to go. So far, it’s holding true.

  3. Karen Jones:

    We still eat out or [ do ] takeout once a week to support local businesses, but are not looking for any other big ticket activities such as vacations through the summer of next year.

  4. Lynn Franco:

    Expectations... weakened further with consumers citing rising prices, especially at the gas pump, and the war in Ukraine as factors, meanwhile, purchasing intentions for big-ticket items like automobiles have softened somewhat over the past few months as expectations for interest rates have risen.

  5. Colin Strother:

    We need to end the circular firing squad and get to work. Our biggest obstacle to success is members of our own Democratic Party, we have one or two senators holding up big ticket items that we need to pass. We have a handful of the far left in the House who have never done anything acting like they dictate the agenda and the timeline for bills passing.

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