a fat cat

a fat cat

  (informal)
an impolite way of referring to someone who is very rich and powerful He's just another fat cat - a corporate tycoon from Boston. (informal)
See also: cat, fat
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Nobody would dream of calling a pop star a fat cat, or a bestselling author, or a footballer.
This humorous tale of a big hungry kitty, a fat cat that hasn't met a creature he does not like to eat, will delight young and old alike.
To avoid being publicly chastised as a Fat Cat,ensure that criticism is ``silenced'' by your early success in raising the share price of your company.
SECU personnel use a FAT CAT "Smart Money" workbook and its popular mascot to help teach its youngest members and utilize Biz Kid$ and NEFE (National Endowment for Financial Education) curricula for middle and high school students, respectively.
It's a good story how sticking your arm into a submerged hollow log and pulling up a fat cat is actually feasible.
GMB chief John Edmonds, said: "If there's anything worse than a fat cat it's a two-faced fat cat.
The SECU coin sorters feature a FAT CAT theme to highlight the Credit Union's youth program, which encourages saving at an early age; however, sorters are popular with members of all ages and provide a valuable service that translates into big savings for all who utilize the machines.
A Fat cat row erupted yesterday after it was revealed that the Millennium Dome's new boss will be paid more than pounds 500,000.
org, and Fat Cat Paw Prints newsletter, SECU utilizes a Fat Cat Smart Money booklet as a teaching tool in many North Carolina elementary schools.