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main man

1. One's best or very good male friend. Hey, I want you to come meet my main man, Will! He and I go back a long way.
2. One's male romantic partner or lover. I hear Julie's got a new main man in her life. They met at a yoga retreat in India!
3. The most influential male in a given group, such as a boss or leader. With his new promotion, Jared's going to be the main man of the office next month!
See also: main, man
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When it came to the crunch he was the main man for his country
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If there is a jockey to trouble Ruby Walsh and Tony McCoy for the leading rider at next week's Cheltenham Festival, it is Alan King's main man, although his cause hasn't been helped by JP McManus purchasing Karabak, who is now likely to chalk one up for McCoy instead.
That is why he will be the main man supporting Wayne Rooney in attack on Saturday and with two goals already, who would bet against even more from him.
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It's easy to figure what piqued the interest of Nine Inch Nails' main man.