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fat cat

noun [C]
 
 
disapproving
someone who has made a lot of money, especially without working hard for it or by not caring about their workers, customers, etc.: There is a lot of public anger about corporate fat cats and their huge bonuses.
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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