Could you please edit the following text? Thanks.

Well, I think you are mistaken. The director is too big that he will mind your protest.
Jackson6612Could you please edit the following text? Thanks.
Well, I think you are mistaken. The director is too big that he will mind your protest.
I'm not sure what you are trying to say.

1.) The director is so high and mighty that he will not pay any mind to your protest. (Your protest will have no effect on him.)

2.) The director is in such a high position that he will be sensitive to your protest. (The director's position may be threatened by your protest.)
Jackson6612Well, I think you are mistaken. The director is too big that he will mind your protest.
Hi, Jackson.

This doesn't work. Try the infinitive: He's too big to mind it.

Or switch adverbs: He's so big that he won't mind it.

Your meaning is not exactly clear. "Mind" can be a little ambiguous.

Do you mean he is so self-confident that he will ignore your protest?

(won't pay any attention - won't give it any credence)

Or do you mean that his powerful position insulates him from even having to recognize you?

We often use "big" to mean "magnanimous." That was big of him..

(He will overlook your protest out of generosity - a big heart.)
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Thank you, both of you.

AvangiWe often use "big" to mean "magnanimous." That was big of him..
(He will overlook your protest out of generosity - a big heart.)
This is what I had in mind. How would you rephrase my original now? Please let me know. Thanks a lot.
Jackson6612How would you rephrase my original now?
Oh, I dunno.

"The director is too big a man to be offended/bothered by your [silly] protest." (Forgive my liberties.)
Say: The director is too big to mind your protest. Use too plus adjective plus to, not too plus adjective plus that.

Alternatively, you can say: The director is so big that he will not mind your protest.

Jim
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I dunno either.

The director is too forgiving / lenient / gracious to be bothered / upset / affected by your protest.