have it large

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have it large (third-person singular simple present has it large, present participle having it large, simple past and past participle had it large)

  1. (idiomatic) To engage intensely in pleasure-seeking activities
    • 1999, Mick Middles, Manic Street Preachers, page 193
      Unlike Oasis, the point wasn't simply to have it large and live a whacked-out existence as professional rock stars.
    • 1999, Jeremy Gilbert, Ewan Pearson, Discographies: Dance Music, Culture, and the Politics of Sound, page 28
      […] that cultural theorists could be forgiven for thinking that every young Briton between the ages of 15 and 25 was out having it large.
    • 2006, Bill Sanders, Drugs, Clubs And Young People: Sociological and Public Health Perspectives, page xi
      On the dance floor, people are having it large: hands in the air, whooping and yelling, boogieing in a sweaty drug fueled mass.