big bang

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See Big Bang.

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big bang ‎(plural big bangs)

  1. (astrophysics) An explosion giving rise to a universe.
    Millions of big bangs may be happening as we speak.
  2. In project management, a project that has no staged delivery. The customer must wait, sometimes months, before seeing anything. At the end of the wait comes a "big bang".

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big bang m (plural big bangs)

  1. (astrophysics) big bang (explosion creating a universe)