Definition of Big board

1. Noun. A stock exchange in New York.




2. Noun. The large display board at the New York Stock Exchange that reports on stocks traded on the exchange.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Big Board

big O notation
big Os
big axillary nodes and normal breasts
big babies
big baby
big band
big bands
big bang
big bang theory
big beat
big bedbug
big blind
big bluestem
big bluestems
big board (current term)
big box
big boxes
big boy
big boys
big brain
big break
big brother
big brothers
big brown bat
big bucks
big business
big businessman
big cat
big cats

Literary usage of Big board

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1. Recommendations for Reorganization of the Public School System of the City by Thomas J. Lynch, Chicago (Ill.) City council. Committee on schools, fire, police and civil service (1917)
"The big board cannot be efficient. In a large city like this' the action of the board must be informed, united, and energetic and the only way these ..."

2. Publication by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.), Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee, Emergency Conservation Committee (U.S.) (1916)
"Experience has amply demonstrated that the big board with the numerous ... This is impossible where the big board is split up into a large number of little ..."

3. School Organization and Administration by Leonard Porter Ayres (1916)
"Experience has amply demonstrated that the big board with the numerous committees represents an ... This is impossible where the big board is split up ..."

4. Popular Hand Book for Cement and Concrete Users; a Comprehensive and Popular by Myron Henry Lewis, Albert Hotchkiss Chandler (1911)
"In this case another small concrete board should be placed next to the big "board," so that in the last turning the batch can be shovelled over on to the ..."

5. Cook Book: Helpful Recipes for War Time by Mrs Robert S Bradley, Robert S. Bradley, Waldo Lincoln (1917)
"... THL RAT'5 big board BILL A Round Hundred Million Dollars Worth of Grain Is Annually Destroyed by Rats "Uncle Sam has never attempted a reliable rat ..."

6. Radford's Cyclopedia of Construction; Carpentry, Building and Architecture edited by William A. Radford, Alfred Sidney Johnson (1909)
"... concrete board should be placed next to the big board, so that in the last turning the batch can be shoveled over onto the small board for placing, ..."

7. Popular Hand Book for Cement and Concrete Users: A Comprehensive and Popular by Myron Henry Lewis, Albert Hotchkiss Chandler (1911)
"In this case another small concrete board should be placed next to the big "board," so that in the last turning the batch can be shovelled over ..."

8. Life and Remains of the Rev. R. H. Quick by Robert Hebert Quick (1899)
"To go back to the classes maternelles, a big board, fixed at one end of the ... In this class the slates thus let in were lined just like the big board. ..."

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