magnum : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a large wine bottle for liquor or wine
- Joe comes home one January evening with a magnum of champagne.
- In many ways, though, this is Moore's magnum opus: the grandest statement of his career-long belief that big business is screwing the hard-working little guy while government .
- I choose, almost at random, a few verses from the Acres and Pains, his magnum opus or minimum opus, for it consumes fewer than 40 pages when reprinted.
- Clint Eastwood in guardian.co.uk
Whatever reaction it had, it was great fun at that time,Eastwood said. "It was a fantasy role. You point a .44 Magnum at someone and say, `Do you feel lucky?"
- Erykah Badu in Dallas Morning News
Badu called the record "my magnum opus ...... the album I wanted to do all my life."
- Shane Warne in Sunday Times.au
I absolutely loved doing the ads,Warne said. "It took a couple of hours to get made up for each character, but it was a load of fun. I felt really comfortable dressing up as my father. I felt like I was Tom Selleck, Magnum PI or someone."