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big bang definition

  • noun:
    • The cosmic explosion that marked the foundation of world in line with the big bang theory.
    • An explosion giving increase to a universe.
    • In task management, a project which includes no staged delivery. The customer must wait, sometimes months, before witnessing anything. At the end of the hold off comes a "big bang".
    • The explosive occasion marking the beginning of the known world, according to big bang concept; the start of time.
    • (cosmology) the cosmic explosion that's hypothesized to own marked the origin associated with universe
    • The cosmic surge that noted the origin associated with world in accordance with the big-bang concept.
    • An explosion providing rise to a universe.
    • In task management, a project which includes no staged delivery. The customer must wait, occasionally months, before witnessing something. At the conclusion of the wait comes a "big bang".
    • The explosive event marking the beginning of the known universe, in accordance with big-bang principle; the beginning of time.
    • (cosmology) the cosmic surge that's hypothesized to possess marked the origin associated with universe
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