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big spender

Someone who spends money freely and in great amounts, especially on nonessential things or events. Can also be used sarcastically to refer to someone who is reluctant to spend money, or who offers to spend only a small amount. There are a certain few big spenders who always come through the casino, so we try to make sure they have the best experience possible. You're only willing to pay for my soda? Wow, you're a real big spender.
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big-time spender

Someone who spends money freely and in great amounts, especially on nonessential things or events. There are a certain few big-time spenders who always come through the casino, so we try to make sure they have the best experience possible.
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big-time spender

n. someone who spends a lot of money. A big-time spender doesn’t look at the prices on the menu.
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Furthermore, only a fifth of spenders feel confident about meeting their savings goals, compared with two-fifths of savers.
Tips for spontaneous spenders: Try a bit of planning, such as making a shopping list before going out and avoiding shopping for food when hungry.
The LCM survey revealsthe marketing share of plus spenders is rapidly evolving to include less expensive advertising channels likedigital, social and mobilethat arecapable of targeting customers.
Among the top 10 spenders - British (nine per cent), Saudis (19 per cent) and Qataris (74 per cent) stemmed the tide with a healthy positive growth in Q3 2015 vs.
Hey Big Spender, 11-1 with Hills, is also entered for the Sky Bet Chase at Doncaster a week tomorrow but trainer Colin Tizzard is keen to go to Haydock, assuming the meeting survives.
Acknowledge who the spender is and who the saver is, and agree to compromise.
Two unpublished poems have been discovered in the collection of Clifford Curzon, the concert pianist and Spender's friend.
China has now become "the largest spender in international tourism", it added, noting that since 2005 the country had overtaken Germany, the United States, Italy, Japan, France and the United Kingdom in travel expenditure.
Airmen shot down by Spender strike By PAUL WHEELOCK NEW l k Ai b l ft P k H ll The New Saints 1 AirbusUK 0 NEW-look Airbus left Park Hall wondering how they did not come away with the point their impressive display deserved.
Richard "Dicky" Spender, from Stratford-upon-Avon, was already a published poet in The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Observer when he was killed in 1943 aged just 21.
The bloody battles that Richard 'Dicky' Spender witnessed were the inspiration for a series of poems he wrote which are now to go under the hammer at auction.
Sir Stephen Spender, lobby of the Continental Bank building, downtown Chicago, mid-1980s.
According to Tables 6 and 7, there are significant differences between the mean values of the low, medium, high-medium, and high spender groups regarding the visitors' age category; occupation (excluding medium-income occupations, i.e.
Kuwait is the second top spender, but posted a modest decline of four per cent in 2010, versus a 71 per cent surge in 2009.