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fat catnoun [C often plural]

uk   us   disapproving
someone who has a lot of money, especially someone in charge of a company who has the power to increase their own pay: The report criticized boardroom fat cats who award themselves huge pay increases. fat cat bosses/directors
Translations of “fat cat”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大亨, 闊佬, (尤指公司的)老闆…
in Russian богач, толстосум…
in Turkish para babası, çok zengin, patron…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大亨, 阔佬, (尤指公司的)老板…
in Polish grubaryba…
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