Definition of 'big hitter'
Example sentences containing '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)
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