- • a modern term that comes from 'club culture'. To 'have it large' means to go all-out to have a good time. Similar to the phrase "up for it".
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having it large — • (also see larging it) one of the new phrases that have entered into general use from the clubbing scene. e.g.. Were gonna have it large tonight meaning that you intend to go all out to have a good time … Londonisms dictionary