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VIP

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌviːaɪˈpiː/
abbreviation for very important person: someone treated better than others in a particular situation because they are famous or have a lot of influence: The police officer escorted the president and several other VIPs inside. They were in the VIP lounge at the airport. We were given the full VIP treatment.
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