Definition of 'fat cat'
Example sentences containing 'fat cat'
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Why on earth should we have to line the pockets of the fat cats? The Sun (2016)HERE'S one fat cat who looks like greed has really got the better of him. The Sun (2016)Because the fat cats are still trying to wield what power they have left. Computing (2010)Another fat cat who does not understand what real life is like for most of us. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The soaring number of overpaid council fat cats should be first in the firing line. The Sun (2011)The only guaranteed outcome is fat cat bankers will have no problem when claiming their expenses. The Sun (2012)Politicians award them to fat cats and benefactors. The Sun (2012)In what way is he any better than the fat cats who feed off the poor? Times, Sunday Times (2011)He replaces an executive long seen by critics as one of the biggest fat cats in the industry. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Unions ranting against cuts would do well to consider the fat cats at the top of the public services. The Sun (2010)We have been failed as much by the politicians as by the fat cats in the City. The Sun (2008)How many Tanzanian fat cats are feeding themselves at the expense of these men? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Does this signal some serious soul-searching from the financial fat cats? The Sun (2013)Still, who doesn't want to see the fat cats denied their cream? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Meanwhile, there is a national uproar about the unfairness of fat cats' pay and bonuses. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's not just so-called fat cats who are leaving. The Sun (2009)All fat cats should try this wine - and while in Aldi they should look at the food and groceries. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And our fat cat, Bobby. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Extra helping of the week A diner has been offered compensation after a fat cat dropped through a restaurant roof and on to his back. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Nor will they be, if the giant record companies project an image of themselves as out-of-touch fat cats trying to protect their cream. Times, Sunday Times (2011)MILLIONS of pounds in foreign aid is being squandered on fat cat consultants and wasteful bodies, a report by MPs warns. The Sun (2013)
Translations for 'fat cat'
British English: fat cat NOUN
If you refer to a businessman or politician as a fat cat, you are indicating that you disapprove of the way they use their wealth and power.
...the fat cats who run the bank.
Definition of fat cat from the Collins English Dictionary
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