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EtymologyEdit

English astronomer Fred Hoyle is responsible for coining the term "Big Bang" on BBC radio's Third Programme broadcast at 1830 GMT on 28 March 1949.

Proper nounEdit

Big Bang

  1. The cosmic event that marks the beginning of time and the rapid expansion of space for the visible universe. The evolution of the universe since that beginning point is described by the Big Bang Theory.

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Big Bang

  1. Big Bang

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English Big Bang

PronunciationEdit

  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ˌbiɡ ˈbɐ̃ɡ/, /ˌbiɡ ˈbɐ̃.ɡi/

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Big Bang m

  1. (astrophysics) Big Bang (cosmic event that marked the beginning of time)