Definition of 'big hitter'
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They are expected to be big hitters from politics or industry. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She's a big hitter and makes lots of winners. The Sun (2011)Some big hitters are no longer competing for business as once they were, while other names have opened the door a little more. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE credit crunch floored giants and sullied the reputations of some of the business world's biggest hitters. The Sun (2008)
Definition of big hitter from the Collins English Dictionary
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