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Fat Cat


Fat Cat - a rich & powerful person; a person that has money and power

  • Who is the fat cat in the office?
  • My sister is a fat cat in the bank.
  • When I grow up I want to be a fat cat in a big company.
  • Ms Brown is a fat cat lawyer, but she is a very good person.
  • We have a meeting with some of the fat cats from the other company next week.
  • Did you meet the fat cats in your company?

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